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Kristin Pawlik, a partner in Miller Butler Schneider Pawlik & Rozzell of Rogers and Fayetteville, said firms are having to adjust collections as certain clients struggle.
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Attorney Nearly Redefines Gag Order Under Mask RuleLock Icon

Attorney Kristin Pawlik argues for a living but almost got a little carried away during a hearing recently in Benton County Circuit Judge John Scott’s courtroom. read more >
Benton County Judge John Scott is ready to hear court cases in person after the winding down of pandemic restrictions.
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Courts Tackle Cases Delayed by PandemicLock Icon

The Arkansas Supreme Court said jury trials could resume at the beginning of May, meaning a stack of criminal cases finally have their chance to see resolution. read more >
Kristin Pawlik, a partner in Miller Butler Schneider Pawlik & Rozzell of Rogers and Fayetteville, said firms are having to adjust collections as certain clients struggle.
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Collecting Legal Fees In the Age of COVID-19Lock Icon

The coronavirus pandemic complicates collecting fees on outstanding bills from existing clients as well as new clients who would be expected to pay up-front retainers or flat fees for services. read more >
Quapaw House, seen here on Grand Avenue in Hot Springs, owed $1.9 million for unpaid payroll taxes in 2019. It also is also being sued by employees who haven’t been paid recently.
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Quapaw House, Successor to Preferred Family Healthcare, Has Woes of Its Own

Robert Lewis saw warning signs during his short time as a director of Quapaw House Inc., the Hot Springs nonprofit organization that acquired the assets of scandal-plagued Preferred Family Healthcare a year and a half ago. read more >