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Scott Provencher Joins Wright Lindsey Jennings (Movers & Shakers)

Scott Provencher has joined the medical malpractice defense team at Wright Lindsey & Jennings LLP of Little Rock. Provencher is a graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law […] read more >
What is now the Bank of America Building was built in 1969 in downtown Little Rock.
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Energy / Investments

Bank of America Plaza Awaits Reimagination

The third-tallest building on Little Rock’s skyline remains an investment puzzle awaiting a solution before new ownership enters the picture. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Legal

Tree of Life Wins Case After Defendant DisappearsLock Icon

A U.S. District Court judge recently awarded $1.6 million to a North Little Rock company after the company it sued failed to talk to its own attorneys or be involved in court proceedings. read more >
Business Services / Health Care / Legal

Remote Work: Pandemic & Beyond (Regina Young Commentary)

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that technology has made remote work viable for positions previously considered not suitable for such arrangements. And many employees who were previously apprehensive about remote work have now embraced it. Will employers now consider making remote work permanent for such positions? read more >
Banking & Finance / Legal

Banks: Got Collateral? Maybe Not (Jake Fair Commentary)

Collateral is important for all financial institutions and a recent Arkansas Court of Appeals decision should be setting off alarm bells at financial institutions across the state of Arkansas. read more >
Erika Gee, partner in Wright Lindsey & Jennings of Little Rock
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Attorney Erika Gee Sees Pot Regulations Weeding Out Black Market

Erika Gee has been actively representing clients in the emerging Arkansas medical marijuana industry. read more >
Hot Springs Health & Fitness at 281 Lake Hamilton Drive in Hot Springs.
Health Care / Legal

Hot Springs Health & Fitness Sued for $5.1MLock Icon

Hot Springs Health & Fitness faces foreclosure lawsuit. read more >
Samuel Piazza of Gill Ragon Owen in Little Rock.

WLJ’s Baxter Drennon Named A National Director of DRI (Movers & Shakers)

Baxter D. Drennon of Little Rock has been named a national director of DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar at the organization’s recent annual meeting in New Orleans. read more >
Baptist Health faces a challenge from a Little Rock firefighter over its billing practices, which placed a lien against him instead of first filing a claim with his health insurer.
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Class Action Lawsuit Tests Baptist Billing TacticLock Icon

A Little Rock firefighter recently scored a legal victory against the state’s largest hospital system over how it bills patients injured by the actions of others. read more >
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NanoMech Uncovers Top Secret DealingsLock Icon

The Delaware bankruptcy of Springdale’s NanoMech Inc. has taken a bizarre cloak-and-dagger turn: Former CEO Jim Phillips, under oath in September, cited “national security” when refusing to answer questions about 46 transactions that its top financial officer knew only as the “CIA arrangement.” read more >
The redone 14-floor hotel is getting a new spa.
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Hotel Hot Springs Faces Foreclosure SaleLock Icon

The 200-room Hotel Hot Springs & Spa will be sold at a foreclosure sale to help pay a $128.9 million judgment its owner received in June. read more >
Michelle and Jason Browning of Wright Lindsey Jennings in Little Rock.
Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Browning and Browning Bring Liability Background to WLJ (Movers & Shakers)

Michelle Browning and Jason Browning have joined the medical malpractice defense group at Wright Lindsey Jennings in Little Rock. read more >
M.S. Wholesale Plumbing Inc. in Russellville, the lead plaintiff in lawsuits involving unwanted faxes.
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Arkansas Fax Avengers Target Wells Fargo for $22MLock Icon

Financial giant Wells Fargo is the latest company snared in a multimillion-dollar legal strategy honed in Arkansas: filing class-action suits over unwanted faxes. read more >
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Where There’s Smoke, There’s Diligence Due in Cannabis InvestingLock Icon

Investing in the marijuana business these days doesn’t require bags of cash or secret handoffs, but there are still risks, and experts advise looking before leaping into the new medical cannabis industry. read more >
Banking & Finance / Business Services

Banks Beware: A $67,000 Mistake (Jake Fair Commentary)

Account garnishments are a common and routine occurrence for many financial institutions, and one Arkansas bank is now taking a financial hit due to a routine garnishment. read more >
M.S. Wholesale Plumbing in Russellville

New Pope County Fax Case Brings $21M JudgmentLock Icon

Sending faxes to M.S. Wholesale Plumbing Inc. of Russeville can be a multimillion-dollar mistake. read more >
Thomas Williams
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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 >
A Tactical "Tomahawk" Block IV cruise missile, conducts a controlled flight test over the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) western test range complex in southern California.
Legal / Manufacturing

Raytheon Sues Arkansas for $3.2M Refund in Income TaxesLock Icon

A pair of lawsuits accuse the state of Arkansas of improperly charging missile maker Raytheon Co. more than $3 million in income taxes. read more >
Terry and James Barnes, owners of BBA Corp.
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Unusual Legal Battle Is a Textbook CaseLock Icon

Lawsuits have littered the path of James and Terry Barnes and their textbook enterprises, with allegations ranging from competition against companies they co-own to selling counterfeit materials. read more >
Cristina Monterrey is an attorney specializing in immigration issues.
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Immigration Crackdown Felt in Arkansas

North Little Rock attorney Cristina Monterrey has seen what immigration policy under President Donald Trump has meant for her clients in the past year. read more >