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Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate

Fed Expects to Call Hundreds of Witnesses in USDA Fraud CaseLock Icon

It looks like the criminal trial involving four sisters in their 70s who are accused of defrauding the federal government is going to be a big one. read more >
Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit to seize properties they said were bought with money from an $11.5 million fraud scheme.  Two properties are shown above at 3600 John F. Kennedy Blvd. (left) and 105 E. F Ave. in North Little Rock.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Legal / Nonprofits / Real Estate

All in the Family: 4 Sisters Accused of $11.5M FraudLock Icon

A federal grand jury in Arkansas has charged the sisters, who are all in their 70s, with cheating the U.S. Department of Agriculture out of millions of dollars intended for minority farmers who had suffered discrimination in USDA programs. read more >
Robert Holitik's death on May 28 illustrates why the Arkansas Bar Association is examining succession plan practices.
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Legal / Small Business

Little Rock Lawyer Dies, Stranding Clients’ Cash

Two of Robert Holitik's newest clients are scrambling to get their retainer money back after Holitik died unexpectedly and without a succession plan for his solo law practice. read more >
The top logo comes from the Benton law office, and bottom is from the Little Rock firm.
Legal / Media & Marketing

Taylor & Taylor Sues a Rival: Taylor & Taylor

Tasha and Andy Taylor, the husband-and-wife lawyers who operate the Taylor & Taylor law firm of Little Rock, have sued a Benton law firm with the same name in an attempt to get it to stop using the name and similar logo. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal

State Supreme Court Keeps Eye on Attorney Sanctions

The 16 attorneys facing sanctions for abusing the federal court system in a controversial class-action case aren’t the only ones interested in what U.S. District Court Judge P.K. Holmes III will do on June 24. read more >