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NWA Law Firms Go to Court Over Building SignageLock Icon

A dispute between two law firms in northwest Arkansas over promotional signage is in Washington County Circuit Court after Judge Doug Martin issued a temporary injunction earlier this month. read more >
Business Services / Legal / Transportation

J.B. Hunt Sues Tech Company Over Cybersecurity

J.B. Hunt accused Avtex Solutions of breaching its contract and negligence in a lawsuit filed in Benton County Circuit Court by Jason Wales of Wales & Mikesch, a law firm based in Fayetteville. read more >
Butcher & Pint, shown here in June 2019, at 1201 S. Walton Blvd. in Bentonville.
Investments / Legal / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Butcher & Pint Landlord Alleges Restaurant Used as ‘Giant Piggy Bank’Lock Icon

Some very recognizable northwest Arkansas entrepreneurs are going to be on the receiving end of a civil lawsuit that was filed Thursday. read more >
Fairfield Inn by Marriott under construction last year by C.R. Crawford Construction of Fayetteville.
Construction / Legal / Tourism

C.R. Crawford Sues in Oklahoma AgainLock Icon

Contractor C.R. Crawford Construction LLC of Fayetteville has sued a Tulsa hotelier in Washington County Circuit Court for breach of a $7.5 million contract. read more >
The John Daly Steakhouse, at 912 Front St. in Conway, opened in September 2017. Its failure only 10 months later has created a welter of legal conflicts.
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Disputes Doomed John Daly SteakhouseLock Icon

The John Daly Steakhouse belatedly opened on Front Street in Conway in September 2017 with high hopes of becoming the flagship of a national chain. Instead, it crashed in just 10 months. read more >
Selling a piece of his coffee venture became a bitter experience for Tom Kennedy, left. "“I had no clue any of this was coming because I was left
in the dark by my attorney, Travis Story," seen on right.
Restaurants & Food

Kennedy Coffee Controversies Brew Grounds for Legal Malpractice

What began last year in Benton County as an action by founder of Kennedy Coffee Roasters to recover money owed for selling part of his business turned into a highly unfavorable judgment rendered against him in Washington County. read more >
Investments / Restaurants & Food

Kennedy Coffee Owner Goes Bankrupt After Espresso ShotLock Icon

Tom Kennedy of Rogers filed for Chapter 7 liquidation in July and listed $1.28 million in debts and $1.27 million in assets. read more >
The Oklahoma City site of the hotel C.R. Crawford was building for Anish Hotel Group, as it appeared in May.
Legal / Tourism

C.R. Crawford Construction Sues Tulsa HotelierLock Icon

Contractor C.R. Crawford Construction LLC of Fayetteville has sued a Tulsa hotelier in Washington County Circuit Court for terminating a $7 million contract. read more >
Josh Clemence
Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Josh Clemence Sues After BlkboxLabs Skips BuyoutLock Icon

The founder and CEO of a creative agency in Fayetteville filed a civil suit alleging fraud because, he said, the current owners have failed to pay him for his half-interest in the company. read more >