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Reanetta Hunt, Baptist Health Foundation
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Reanatta Hunt Drops Termination Lawsuit Against BaptistLock Icon

Reanetta Hunt drops her lawsuit against Baptist Health and Baptist Health Foundation over her termination as chief development officer and CEO of the foundation. read more >
Rivendell Behavioral Health Services in Benton intentionally destroyed key evidence in a lawsuit, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Mackie Pierce found.
Health Care / Legal

Settlement Reached in Rivendell LawsuitLock Icon

The family of a 20-year-old woman who died of a drug overdose reached an out-of-court settlement last month with Rivendell Behavioral Health Services in Benton. read more >
Rivendell Behavioral Health Services in Benton intentionally destroyed key evidence in a lawsuit, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Mackie Pierce found.
Education / Government & Politics / Health Care

Judge Rules Rivendell Destroyed Evidence in Overdose CaseLock Icon

A Pulaski County Circuit judge recently ruled that the family of a 20-year-old woman who died of a drug overdose will win its lawsuit because Rivendell Behavioral Health Services of Arkansas intentionally destroyed key evidence. read more >
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Attorney Matthew Henry Gets Out of JailLock Icon

Former Little Rock Attorney Matthew Henry finally walked out of the Pulaski County jail last month, after having been behind bars since March 22 for civil contempt. read more >
Government & Politics

Judge Disqualifies Issue 1 From Arkansas Ballot

An Arkansas judge has disqualified a ballot measure that would limit the damages awarded in civil lawsuits and would give the state Legislature control over court rules. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal

Pulaski County Judge Weighs Challenge to Issue 1

A Pulaski County judge says he will rule by Tuesday on whether he will temporarily halt the state from counting votes this fall on a ballot measure that would limit some attorneys' fees and monetary awards in lawsuits. 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 >
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Jailed Lawyer Matt Henry Seeks ReviewLock Icon

The Little Rock attorney who has been sitting in the Pulaski County jail since March 22 for civil contempt of court asked the Arkansas Supreme Court last week to look at his case. read more >
Matthew Henry, as he appeared in 2014, has been jailed since March 22 (inset).
Legal

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 >
The former Mayflower RV location at 87 Interstate Dr. in Mayflower
Construction / Insurance / Legal / Retail

Widow Receives $1M Judgment Over RV Dealership Destroyed by TornadoLock Icon

A “hand-shake” man who died while cleaning up debris after a 2014 tornado has had his attention to contractual detail vindicated by the Arkansas Court of Appeals. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal

Judge: State Must Disclose Execution Drug Details

An Arkansas judge says prison officials must release the package label from a recently acquired lethal injection drug, saying manufacturers don't enjoy the same secrecy as others under the state's execution procedures. read more >
Clockwise from top left: State Rep. Nate Bell; Steve Clark, president and CEO of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce; State Sen. Jon Woods; and Jim Lynch.
Business Services / Construction / Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Nonprofits

Issue 3: A Job-Luring Amendment, or Corporate Welfare?

If Arkansas voters approve an amendment to the state Constitution in November, supporters say it will help bring more companies and jobs to the state. Opponents say it’s corporate welfare. read more >
Jim Lynch was one of the plaintiffs in the 2013 lawsuit challenging payments by the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to their chambers, saying they violated the state Constitution.
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Chambers of Commerce Worried Over Judge’s Payment Ruling

A Pulaski County Circuit Court judge’s ruling last month that ordered the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to stop paying chambers of commerce and related entities for economic development programs sent shock waves through chamber offices across the state. read more >
The  Russellville Chamber of Commerce has been quizzed about development spending by Russellville Alderwoman Freddie Harris (inset).
Business Services / Government & Politics / Legal

Russellville Alderwoman Freddie Harris Questions Development Funds

Since fall, Russellville Alderwoman Freddie Harris has been raising questions about how tax money is being spent at the Arkansas Valley Alliance for Economic Development Inc. read more >
John Stacks, as seen in the online video "Rampant Injustice."
Banking & Finance / Legal

Simmons First Sues Mountain Pure for Defaulting on $16.5M in Loans

Simmons First National Bank has sued Mountain Pure and its owner, John B. Stacks, for defaulting on $16.5 million worth of loans. Meanwhile, Stacks is launching a website to offer his take on events surrounding his indictment in separate case. read more >
Legal / Real Estate / Tourism

Decade-long Dispute Over Eden Isle Development Could End in Pulaski County Court

After almost a decade, a legal dispute between two real estate developers in Heber Springs is still playing out, and this week a court hearing will determine whether or not the battle will continue. read more >