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J.B. Hunt Discrimination Lawsuit Moves to Federal CourtLock Icon

The company, through its attorney Audra Hamilton of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard of Little Rock, filed the motion April 15. read more >
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Jobs Come With Catch: No Jumping To a RivalLock Icon

Noncompete contract clauses draw scrutiny, but often prevail. read more >
Home BancShares CEO John Allison  wanted a stake in Texas, but the deal had to be ideal.
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Happy Home: Inside John Allison’s $919M Texas Bank BuyLock Icon

Happy sums up big deal for Home BancShares CEO John W. Allison. read more >
Peyton Hildebrand of the Rogers office of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard and Savannah Johnston and Austin Reed of the firm's Little Rock office.
Insurance / Investments / Legal

Mitchell Williams Expands Rogers, Little Rock Offices (Movers & Shakers)

Peyton Hildebrand has joined the Rogers office of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard, and Savannah Johnston and Austin Reed have joined the law firm’s Little Rock office. read more >
Former Advanced Tissue CEO Kevin Lamb says he's saddened by the company's closure, but has been out of the loop since stepping away in 2018.
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Advanced Tissue Closes, Files $25M Bankruptcy

A former CEO of Advanced Tissue LLC of Little Rock says he doesn’t know why the wound care supply company closed and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in August, leaving hundreds out of work, but he wants to help find a solution to the ensuing legal fight. read more >
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Putting the Squeeze on Business (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson last week held his nose and allowed to become law without his signature two identical bills, SB739 and HB1977, that allow employees to opt out of workplace vaccination requirements. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal / Public Companies

Medical, Faith Issues Arise as Employers Require Shots

In the wake of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s full approval last week of Pfizer’s vaccine for COVID-19, more companies are expected to mandate that their employees be vaccinated. read more >
Joe F. Kolb of J. Kolb in Little Rock
Legal

Kolb Named President-Elect of Arkansas Bar Association (Movers & Shakers)

Joe F. Kolb has been designated as president-elect of the Arkansas Bar Association in Little Rock. read more >
Adrienne Griffis of Dover Dixon Horne in Little Rock
Legal

Griffis Made Partner at Dover Dixon Horne (Movers & Shakers)

Adrienne Griffis has been elected to partnership in the Little Rock law firm of Dover Dixon Horne. read more >
New members of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard, clockwise from top left: Ashley Gill, David Koehler, Graham Talley and Jordan Wimpy, all of Little Rock, and Wade Bowen of Jonesboro
Legal

Mitchell Williams Announces 5 New Members (Movers & Shakers)

Ashley Gill, David Koehler, Graham Talley and Jordan Wimpy, all of Little Rock, and Wade Bowen of Jonesboro were named members of the Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard law firm effective Jan. 1. read more >
Ted Thomas, chairman of the Arkansas Public Service Commission
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

Petit Jean Electric Calls for Recusal of Ted ThomasLock Icon

An unusual dustup between Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Corp. and Ted Thomas, chairman of the Arkansas Public Service Commission, has added complications to an expected ruling on solar compensation. read more >
Thomas Williams
Banking & Finance / Legal / Manufacturing

Celina Walker Joins Mitchell Williams in Rogers (Movers & Shakers)

Walker joins Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard’s business practice group, where she will serve as counsel to financial institutions, providing legal guidance on lending and transactional matters. read more >
Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl
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MHP Protests Lottery Pact, Wants CJRW, Ghidotti-Vines Disqualified

Mangan Holcomb Partners is also challenging the awarding of a five-year $34.5 million contract to CJRW. read more >
Government & Politics / Insurance / Legal

Goodson, Taylor Threatened With Sanctions Over Class-Action Abuse

Attorneys John Goodson of Texarkana, W.H. Taylor of Fayetteville and others involved in a class-action lawsuit against the USAA insurance company have been ordered to explain why they shouldn't be sanctioned for abusing the federal court system. read more >
This is one of Wal-Mart’s locations in Mexico, where the company has come under scrutiny for allegedly paying more than $24 million in bribes so stores could open faster.
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Wal-Mart Spends $230 Million on Mexican Bribery Investigation

While an internal investigation into bribery allegations have cost Wal-Mart at least $230 million, the move was the right one, according to legal experts who follow Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement. read more >
Business Services / Legal

Mitchell Williams Law Firm Still No. 2 but Catching Up to Friday Eldredge & Clark

As the largest law firm in Arkansas has shed a few lawyers, the second-largest has gained, and now Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard is only four attorneys away from overtaking Friday Eldredge & Clark as the largest in the state. read more >
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Arkansas Business: Best Quotes of 2012

From John L. Smith’s pep talk to reporters to U.S. District Judge Bill Wilson’s withering remarks to out-of-line prosecutors, they said it all in 2012. read more >