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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 >
Legal

Blacks Eye Seats on Appellate CourtsLock Icon

A Black candidate has never been elected to the Arkansas Supreme Court. A group of plaintiffs hopes to change that with a federal lawsuit. read more >
Bill Halter, CEO, Scenic Hill Solar, said his company “realizes that the pandemic will mean challenges for financing and the industry.”
Energy

Appeals Court Ruling Backs Solar Development

The ruling upholds the net metering rate structure and reverses the authority of utilities to impose a grid charge. read more >
M. S. Wholesale Plumbing of Russellville, top right, received a $12.5 million judgment against Eugene Kalsky, left, and his New Jersey pipe and steel company.
Manufacturing

$12.5M Fax Judgment Stands Against Gen-Kal Pipe & SteelLock Icon

The Arkansas Court of Appeals has ruled against the New Jersey businessman behind the fax that led to a $12.5 million class-action judgment. read more >
The former Mayflower RV location at 87 Interstate Dr. in Mayflower
Construction / Health Care / Insurance / Real Estate / Retail

Mayflower RV Case Awards Defy Precedent, Appeal SaysLock Icon

A $1 million judgment awarded to the widow of a man who died cleaning up debris following the 2014 Mayflower tornado could be the subject of an Arkansas Supreme Court review of decades of legal precedent. read more >
Matthew Campbell, a trial lawyer and founding member of the Pinnacle Law Firm writes the The Blue Hog Report and it has a huge impact on the political landscape of Arkansas. 
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Government & Politics / Legal / Transportation

Tardy Attorney Matt Campbell Challenges $1.8M Verdict

Little Rock blogger and attorney Matt Campbell’s “calendaring mistake” caused him to miss practically all of his clients’ jury trial in February 2017, a trial that ended in a $1.8 million judgment. read more >
The Western District of Arkansas Fort Smith Courthouse
Insurance / Legal

Class-Action Sanctions Against Lawyers Threaten Other Cases

When Chief U.S. District Judge P.K. Holmes III sanctions 16 attorneys in a controversial insurance class-action case next week, it could make life harder for the plaintiffs’ lawyers who have other cases pending in federal courts in Arkansas. read more >