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Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl to Serve on National Advertising Review Board (Movers & Shakers)

Vogelpohl is the president and CEO at MHP/Team SI of Little Rock. read more >
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Proposed Ban on Noncompetes Generates Concerns

A labor law attorney’s advice to companies concerned about the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed rule that would block employers from asking workers to sign noncompete agreements? Don’t panic. read more >
Stone Bank at 1302 Hwy. 62/65 N. in Harrison
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Farmer Ordered to Pay Fees in Stone Bank CaseLock Icon

A Boone County farmer and his lawyers failed to comply with a discovery order in his federal lawsuit against Stone Bank and therefore must pay the bank’s attorneys fees incurred as a result of their failure. read more >
Alexa Mizer of Friday Eldredge & Clark in Rogers

Mizer Moves to Friday Eldredge & Clark (Movers & Shakers)

Alexa Mizer has been hired as an attorney by Friday Eldredge & Clark in Rogers. read more >
Ross King of Little Rock, Leanna Hubbard of Conway and Jacob White of Springdale, all of the Taylor King Law Firm

Taylor King Hires 3 (Movers & Shakers)

Ross King, Leanna Hubbard and Jacob White have joined the Taylor King Law Firm of Little Rock. read more >
Kristian Nelson
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No Delay in Kristian Nelson TrialLock Icon

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen denied a request from the newest attorney for Kristian D. Nelson of England to delay the civil trial set for February. read more >
J. Cliff McKinney II, a managing member at Quattlebaum Grooms & Tull.
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McKinney Remains on State Commission (Movers & Shakers)

J. Cliff McKinney II, a managing member of Quattlebaum Grooms & Tull PLLC of Little Rock, has been reappointed to the Legislative Committee of the Uniform Law Commission. read more >
Caleb Hollinger of Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP in Little Rock

Friday Eldredge & Clark Adds Hollinger (Movers & Shakers)

Caleb Hollinger has joined Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP in Little Rock as an associate. read more >
Jeannine Wheeler of CourtAvenue in Bentonville
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Wheeler Hired at CourtAvenue (NWA Movers & Shakers)

Jeannine Wheeler has joined the new CourtAvenue office in Bentonville as chief financial officer. read more >
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Friday Eldredge & Clark Establish Diversity Fellowship

Friday, Eldredge & Clark LLP establishes the Friday Forward Fellowship, a program that aims to increase the number of law school students from diverse backgrounds. read more >
While Arkansas has lifted its mask mandate, employers can still require employees and customers to wear face coverings.
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What Lifting the State Mask Mandate Means for Business Owners (Commentary)

A quick look at what employers need to know about the lifting the mask mandate and what it means for them — including whether they can still require masks in their workplaces (they can). read more >
Johnelle Hunt of Lowell, honored with the Legacy of Leadership Award, addressed by video the limited number of in-person attendees split between two banquet rooms at the Arkansas Business of the Year awards in Little Rock.
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Video: Nelson, Scarborough, Hunt Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Heather Nelson of Seal Solar of North Little Rock and Fred Scarborough of the Arkansas Children’s Foundation in Little Rock won Executive of the Year awards, and billionaire philanthropist Johnelle Hunt of Lowell was honored for her lifetime of leadership last week at the 33rd annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >
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In Stimulus, Relief, Clarity for Health Providers (Amie Alexander Commentary)

The latest COVID-19 relief package includes some notable components for health care providers. read more >
Former Arkansas coach Bret Bielema did not have a fond parting with Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville; he was fired after several lackluster seasons. But he had a multimillion-dollar buyout clause, and that bonanza is at the center of a bitter legal battle.
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Knives Out for Lawyers As Bielema Feud Festers

The feud between former University of Arkansas Head Football Coach Bret Bielema and the Razorback Foundation is getting worse. read more >
Magnolia’s well-appointed small-town hospital was one of only three owned by Arkansas cities before its transition this month to nonprofit ownership. The state’s last city-owned hospitals are now in Mena and Piggott.
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Magnolia Regional Sheds City Ownership

Shifting from city to nonprofit ownership could mean a million dollars a year to Magnolia Regional Medical Center, but patients and doctors may see no outward difference. read more >
Madeline O. McElhanon of Friday Eldredge & Clark in Little Rock.

McElhanon Joins Friday Eldredge & Clark (Movers & Shakers)

Madeline O. McElhanon has been hired as an associate at Friday Eldredge & Clark in Little Rock. read more >
Gina and Mike Fullerton are fighting Kristian Nelson in court over allegations of broken promises.
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Ex-Convict Accused of Preying on Octogenarian, Taking $4.5M

An 89-year-old Little Rock man has accused an ex-con of defrauding him of $4.5 million in less than three years. read more >
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On Loan Accommodations (Commentary)

As borrowers near the end of initial accommodation periods related to COVID-19, the FFIEC encourages financial institutions to consider arrangements that might mitigate adverse effects. read more >
MS Industries II LLC of Russellville, Alabama, a mining research and development company, was formed in 2012.
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Lennox Heir Mines $68M ForeclosureLock Icon

Everyone can agree that Steven Booth lent an Alabama mining research and development company $54 million that hasn’t been repaid. But past that, agreement breaks down. read more >
M.S. Wholesale Plumbing Inc. in Russellville, the lead plaintiff in lawsuits involving unwanted faxes.
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Bankers Decry $22.4M Award in Fax Case

A $22.4 million judgment against Wells Fargo Bank tied to a case over unwanted faxes wasn’t based in reality, according to bankers’ associations. read more >