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LR Firm Accused of Betrayal in $65M BidLock Icon

Almost four years after winning a $65 million contract from the state of Nevada, an appeals court has ordered the Little Rock firm, Protech Solutions Inc., to turn over documents that Chase Global believes will support its claim that it was cheated out of millions of dollars. read more >
Harvest House of Cannabis, with inspections set next week, may end up being the first Little Rock dispensary to open.
Health Care / Legal / Retail

Conway Dispensary Wins ‘Harvest’ Name in Court Action

That bold signage on the yellow walls of Little Rock’s most popular medical marijuana store is likely to be changing soon: The name of Harvest House of Cannabis on Rodney Parham Road has been judged too similar to the name of Conway’s dispensary. read more >
Pope County Circuit Court in Russellville, site of cases involving unwanted faxes.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Legal / Manufacturing

Judge Says $22.4M Judgment Against Wells Fargo Still StandsLock Icon

A Pope County judge last week denied Wells Fargo Bank’s request to have a $22.4 million judgment against it thrown out. read more >
M.S. Wholesale Plumbing Inc. in Russellville, the lead plaintiff in lawsuits involving unwanted faxes.
Banking & Finance / Legal / Manufacturing / Media & Marketing

Arkansas Fax Avengers Target Wells Fargo for $22MLock Icon

Financial giant Wells Fargo is the latest company snared in a multimillion-dollar legal strategy honed in Arkansas: filing class-action suits over unwanted faxes. read more >
Andrew King | Partner at Kutak Rock LLP in Little Rock
Business Services

Attorney Andrew King Sees Arkansas Judiciary in Class of Its Own

Andrew King, partner at Kutak Rock, discusses trends in class-action litigation and the fun of competing on "Jeopardy!" read more >
John Rogers leaves Pulaski County Circuit Court after lawyers argued a request for a contempt hearing.

John Rogers Appears in Court As Lawyers Argue Over Contempt

John Rogers, the fallen sports memorabilia and photo archive dealer, made a surprise appearance Wednesday morning in Pulaski County Circuit Court. read more >
Some photo archives are in dispute at the North Little Rock facility once controlled by John Rogers.
Banking & Finance / Legal

Judge Gives Georgia Company 30 Days to Buy John Rogers Assets

A would-be $59 million deal is back in play to buy the photo archive and sports memorabilia assets collected by John Rogers. read more >
Kutak Rock’s newest attorneys: Teresa Wineland, left, Jess Askew III, center, and Andrew King. 

Kutak Rock Gains Trio of Lawyers

Kutak Rock LLP of Omaha, Neb., has recruited two partners and another attorney away from Williams & Anderson PLC in Little Rock. Joining Kutak Rock’s Little Rock office are former Williams & Anderson partners Jess Askew III and Teresa Wineland and associate Andrew King. read more >