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Former Medical Supply Owner’s Bankruptcy Dispute: $800K Debt in QuestionLock Icon

A creditor of Hunter Matthew Burroughs, the former owner of a Rogers medical supply and billing company who was sentenced earlier this year to federal prison, doesn’t want the $800,000 he owes to be discharged from his bankruptcy.  read more >

Broken Furniture: Co-Founder Recounts How MG+BW Went Down

Upscale furniture company Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams operated for 34 years before it collapsed in August due to problems tied to PNC Bank and the private equity company that owned MG+BW, the Stephens Group LLC of Little Rock. read more >
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New Chapter 11 Procedure Aids Small Companies

Rapid P&P LLC hopes to save money and be out of bankruptcy reorganization quicker by using a bankruptcy procedure that went into effect in February 2020. read more >
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Attorneys See Bankruptcies Rising Soon

Arkansas attorneys are bracing for a surge in bankruptcy filings as a result of the financial upheaval of the coronavirus pandemic, and they aren’t alone. read more >
Ownership of  Bill and Carolyn Schwyhart’s former residence in Rogers is among a checklist of items drawing additional scrutiny in bankruptcy court.
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Schwyhart Creditor Follows the MoneyLock Icon

Brian Ferguson pursues claim on assets allegedly hidden by Bill Schwyhart in a once secret settlement. read more >
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Former Boomerang Owners Come Back to Car Washes, Sue ConstructorLock Icon

The McLain Group of Fayetteville filed three lawsuits in recent weeks against a construction company it hired to build a Speedy Splash car wash facility in Lowell and another Speedy Splash in Tulsa. read more >
Ownership of  Bill and Carolyn Schwyhart’s former residence in Rogers is among a checklist of items drawing additional scrutiny in bankruptcy court.
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Schwyhart Case Creates Work for 16 LawyersLock Icon

The Chapter 7 bankruptcy of former high-flying northwest Arkansas developer Bill Schwyhart has become an attorney’s delight. read more >
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Schwyhart Manor in Rogers, Nearly $3.2M Draw Scrutiny

The dispute between Bill and Carolyn Schwyhart and creditors has also brought into question what happened to nearly $3.2 million from a once-secret settlement unveiled earlier this year. read more >
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Secret Schwyhart Settlement UnveiledLock Icon

Litigation involving a small fleet of corporate jets loaded with debt evaporated on Oct. 23, 2013. For Bill Schwyhart, the settlement with billionaire John Calamos marked an epic payday of several million dollars that restored the financial fortunes of the once high-flying northwest Arkansas developer. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Construction / Energy

Sand Companies Hit Rough Patch, File for BankruptcyLock Icon

Two Arkansas-related companies tied to the fracking industry have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, listing millions of dollars in debts. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Business Services / Investments / Legal / Manufacturing

Accountant Stole Trust Plus $4M, Lawsuit SaysLock Icon

Accountant Edward M. Cooper Jr. occasionally asked for a few extra blank checks in case he made a mistake preparing payments for Roach Manufacturing Corp. in Trumann. read more >
Manufacturing / Retail

Hindsville Fireworks Owner Files Injunction With a BangLock Icon

Washington County Circuit Judge Doug Martin appointed a receiver to oversee the accounting for Uncle Sam’s Fireworks Inc. of Hindsville after the company’s owner filed a lawsuit against the company’s president. read more >
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Acme Bankruptcy Proceedings Reveal Kevin Lewis Loss

A fractious relationship between Hildene Capital Management and Acme Holding Co. was evident in the April 2-3 courtroom interaction between Rex Terry of Fort Smith, Hildene’s local counsel, and Lex and Alex Golden of Little Rock. read more >