Tagged: Arkansas Bar Association

Some Lawyers Decry Delays in Civil Trials

Some Lawyers Decry Delays in Civil Trials

Health CareLegal

Attorney Carter Stein is concerned about the lack of civil jury trials in Arkansas state courts since the middle of March, when the coronavirus began to overwhelm the state and country. read more >

Business Expectations & COVID-19 (Paul Keith Commentary)

Business Expectations & COVID-19 (Paul Keith Commentary)

OpinionHealth CareLegal

There's an all too common misconception about our American system of justice — that our courts hold people liable even though they followed all of the rules and otherwise did nothing wrong. As business owners reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, they may be asking, "What is expected of me? What can I expect?" read more >

The Bar Is for Service (Brian Rosenthal Commentary)

The Bar Is for Service (Brian Rosenthal Commentary)

OpinionLegal

The Arkansas Bar Association is initiating a Public Service Academy for member lawyers who seek to serve in any capacity, including on school boards and city councils, with volunteer organizations or in the legislative, judicial or executive branch. read more >

The Pros and Cons of Arkansas Tort Reform

The Pros and Cons of Arkansas Tort Reform

Health CareLegalCover Story

With less than five months before the November vote on capping attorney’s fees and damages, groups for and against tort reform in Arkansas are making their case with money. read more >