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Formed in 1967, Fairfield Bay Community Club Inc. owns land and manages property in the city of about 2,100 people on Greers Ferry Lake. The photos below are some of the properties, which include a pool, bowling alley and convenience store.
Investments / Legal / Real Estate

The Legal Battle for Fairfield BayLock Icon

A former board leader is at the center of lawsuits roiling the resort community on Greers Ferry Lake. read more >
Quinten Whiteside, chief operations officer of Wright Lindsey Jennings LLP
Legal

Quinten Whiteside Named COO of Wright Lindsey Jennings

Whiteside, who joined the law firm in 2015 and was elected a partner in 2021, succeeds Adrienne Baker in the role. read more >
Occupying six floors, the Wright Lindsey & Jennings law firm is the largest tenant in the Bank of America Plaza in downtown Little Rock.
Banking & Finance / Public Companies / Real Estate

Bank of America Leaving Namesake Tower in Downtown Little Rock

The bank is moving operations to an office building on the city's west side. read more >
Mimi San Pedro, chief strategy officer for the Venture Center of Little Rock, says she hopes Woman Achieve will not only grow in Arkansas, but eventually be a nationwide program.
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Business Guidance, Woman To WomanLock Icon

Mimi San Pedro, the chief strategy officer for the Venture Center in Little Rock, says the creation of the Woman Achieve mentorship program was a long time coming. read more >
Construction / Legal / Real Estate / Retail

Kum & Go Ready to Go

A two-year legal battle is apparently over, clearing the way for a Kum & Go convenience store to begin construction on a Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard location in Fayetteville. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Banking & Finance / Business Services / Education / Government & Politics / Insurance / Investments / Legal / Public Companies / Retail

Jobs Come With Catch: No Jumping To a RivalLock Icon

Noncompete contract clauses draw scrutiny, but often prevail. read more >
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Construction / Legal / Real Estate / Small Business

Dover Dixon Horne Merges With Wright Lindsey Jennings

The two are combining to become the second largest firm in Arkansas. read more >
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces on Nov. 4, 2021 that that the state will file a legal challenge to President Joe Biden's workplace vaccine mandate. 
Government & Politics / Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Arkansas Suing Over Biden Vaccine Mandate; Governor Says it Threatens Jobs

The Republican governor said the mandate will “create hardship on people, business and our efforts to get people back to work." read more >
The 24-story, 290,680-SF Bank of America Plaza in Little Rock.
Banking & Finance / Real Estate

Lender Says Bank of America Building Owner Defaulted on Loan

It's the latest legal fight surrounding the downtown Little Rock skyscraper. read more >
Photos assembled by the Bank of America Plaza's biggest tenant, the Wright Lindsey & Jennings law firm, show areas of disrepair in the 52-year-old building, including water damage from flooding in February.
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Confirmed: Regions Building Is for SaleLock Icon

After nearly five years in bankruptcy court, a bankruptcy trustee for the 32 owners of the Regions Center in downtown Little Rock is preparing to sell the 30-story skyscraper. read more >
Bank of America Building in Little Rock
Real Estate

Bank of America Building Owners File $3M Lawsuit Against Tenant

A testy landlord-tenant relationship in downtown Little Rock grows more contentious as the owner of the 24-story Bank of America Plaza sued the Wright Lindsey & Jennings law firm. read more >
David L. Jones of Wright Lindsey Jennings in Little Rock
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Jones Recognized by Defense Research Institute (Movers & Shakers)

David L. Jones, a partner at Wright Lindsey Jennings in Little Rock, has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the Defense Research Institute Davis Carr Outstanding Committee Chair Award. read more >
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Pandemic Lobbying: Hands Off, Masks OnLock Icon

The Arkansas Legislature will return to session in January but, like nearly every other part of American life, it won’t quite be a return to normalcy. read more >
Terry and James Barnes, owners of BBA Corp.
Education / Investments / Legal / Retail / Small Business

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 >
Bruce Cross
Government & Politics / Legal / Small Business

Stay the Course Despite Overtime Injunction, LR Employment Lawyers Advise

Local employment lawyers are advising their clients to proceed with any plans they made for implementing change in the U.S. Department of Labor's overtime rules, even though a federal judge in Texas has issued an injunction preventing the rule from taking effect as planned on Dec. 1. read more >
John W. Ahlen IV, bank chief counsel at the Arkansas State Bank Department in Little Rock | Cal Rose, associate attorney at Wright Lindsey & Jennings in Rogers
Banking & Finance / Legal

State Bank Department Names John Ahlen as Chief Counsel (Movers & Shakers)

In his new position, Ahlen will be responsible for preparing case strategy and serving as an expert litigator before federal and state courts and agencies. read more >