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Tree of Life Wins Case After Defendant DisappearsLock Icon

A U.S. District Court judge recently awarded $1.6 million to a North Little Rock company after the company it sued failed to talk to its own attorneys or be involved in court proceedings. read more >
Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate

Fed Expects to Call Hundreds of Witnesses in USDA Fraud CaseLock Icon

It looks like the criminal trial involving four sisters in their 70s who are accused of defrauding the federal government is going to be a big one. read more >
Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal / Nonprofits / Real Estate

All in the Family: 4 Sisters Accused of $11.5M FraudLock Icon

A federal grand jury in Arkansas has charged the sisters, who are all in their 70s, with cheating the U.S. Department of Agriculture out of millions of dollars intended for minority farmers who had suffered discrimination in USDA programs. read more >
Baptist Health faces a challenge from a Little Rock firefighter over its billing practices, which placed a lien against him instead of first filing a claim with his health insurer.
Business Services / Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Class Action Lawsuit Tests Baptist Billing TacticLock Icon

A Little Rock firefighter recently scored a legal victory against the state’s largest hospital system over how it bills patients injured by the actions of others. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal / Manufacturing

Ill-Fitting Coat Leads to Firefighter JudgmentLock Icon

A federal jury in Jonesboro recently awarded a former West Memphis firefighter $937,500 for being burned while wearing a fire coat that didn’t properly fit. read more >
Simmons Bank, now occupying the old Acxiom headquarters in downtown Little Rock, has received a $21 million judgment on debt owed by Suneet Singal and  First Capital Real Estate Investments LLC of California. The loans were first made by Heartland Bank.
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$21M Judgment Follows Collapse of Heartland Bank Deal

In late 2015, Suneet Singal thought he had a great deal with Heartland Bank of Little Rock. read more >
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Plains & Eastern Clean Line Appears Doomed In ArkansasLock Icon

After putting nearly nine years and more than $100 million of investors’ money into a $2.5 billion power transmission project across Oklahoma and Arkansas, the electric dream of Michael Skelly has shorted out. read more >
First Community Bank of Eastern Arkansas in Marion.
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Marion Bank Ordered To Pay Letter of Credit Related to Crittenden Regional Bankruptcy

An insurance company had a straightforward $300,000 commercial letter of credit from First Community Bank of Eastern Arkansas, and that’s bad news for the Marion bank with $150.8 million in assets. read more >
Dillard’s headquarters at 1600 Cantrell Road in Little Rock. 
Legal / Public Companies / Retail

Federal Hearing Set for Dillard’s in EEOC Case

A U.S. District Court judge recently ordered Dillard’s Inc. to explain why it won’t comply with a subpoena from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. read more >
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

Siemens Lawsuit Against Monticello Tossed

The city of Monticello recently received an early victory in its legal fight with the Illinois contractor hired for a $10 million water project. read more >
A screenshot of Crittenden Regional Hospital's website from 2013.
Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Class Action Approved Against Crittenden Hospital Association

Yolanda Goodman of Memphis sued the West Memphis hospital in 2014 on behalf of approximately 600 former employees who participated in the company’s self-sponsored health plan from January 2012 until the hospital filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 12, 2014, according to her lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Jonesboro. read more >