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Dr. Soliman Mohamed Ali Soliman was suspended for a week without pay by Washington Regional Medical Center last year after a registered nurse, Anita Clinard, accused him of sexual harassment.  She is now suing Soliman and the hospital.
Health Care / Legal

Harassment Allegations Follow Washington Regional DoctorLock Icon

Sexual harassment allegations by colleagues have followed a Washington Regional Medical Center cardiologist for years. read more >
Legal / Real Estate

Fighting in Court with Former Lover, Lawyer Lands in JailLock Icon

The split between a Little Rock attorney and the business owner with whom he had a romantic relationship has gotten messier. read more >
Business Services / Legal / Real Estate / Small Business

Real Estate Agent Sues After Attorney Cleans HouseLock Icon

It looks like Cupid missed his shot between a Little Rock attorney and the business owner with whom he had a personal relationship. read more >
Adam & Eve wanted to open earlier this year at 1518 Caraway Road in Jonesboro.
Government & Politics / Legal / Retail

Appeal Seeks Site Approval For Adult Novelty Store

Adam & Eve, the adult apparel and novelty store, is taking its fight to open a location in Jonesboro to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care

Life Is Priceless (Tré Kitchens Commentary)

Known as Issue 1 on the ballot, this proposed amendment to our state’s Constitution places an arbitrary, one-size-fits-all cap on the damages a jury can award when there has been a loss of life or a limb or some other tragedy. read more >
Brad Hendricks (left), a Little Rock attorney, opposes the proposed tort reform amendment. Carl Vogelpohl supports Issue 1 and says it will bring jobs to Arkansas.
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The Pros and Cons of Arkansas Tort ReformLock Icon

With less than five months before the November vote on capping attorney’s fees and damages, groups for and against tort reform in Arkansas are making their case with money. read more >
Matthew Henry, as he appeared in 2014, has been jailed since March 22 (inset).

Police Investigate Attorney Matt Henry After Client Money VanishesLock Icon

A Little Rock attorney who has been in the Pulaski County jail since March 22 for contempt of court is being investigated after $425,000 in client money went missing, and his recent divorce case reveals that he used money from his client trust account for personal expenses. read more >