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Kristian D. Nelson Held in Contempt of Court

Kristian D. Nelson Held in Contempt of Court

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On Oct. 4, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen held Nelson in contempt of court for failing to hand over a list of his assets, accounts and holdings to attorneys for Richard F. Toll. read more >

Attorney Wants Kristian Nelson's Appeal Tossed

Attorney Wants Kristian Nelson's Appeal Tossed

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If you recall, a Pulaski County Circuit Court jury awarded $4.6 million to Richard F. Toll against Nelson for compensatory damages and $39 million for punitive damages. read more >

Court Date Set for Nelson

Court Date Set for Nelson

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In July 2020, Richard Toll, who is in his 90s, accused Kristian Nelson in a lawsuit of defrauding him of $4.5 million in less than three years. read more >

No Delay in Kristian Nelson Trial

No Delay in Kristian Nelson Trial

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Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen denied a request from the newest attorney for Kristian D. Nelson of England to delay the civil trial set for February. read more >

Ex-Con in Fraud Case Takes the Fifth

Ex-Con in Fraud Case Takes the Fifth

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Asked to explain what happened to millions of dollars lent to him by an elderly Little Rock man, Kristian D. Nelson repeatedly cited his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. read more >

Unusual Legal Battle Is a Textbook Case

Unusual Legal Battle Is a Textbook Case

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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 >

Jay Bradford Worries Lloyd's Challenge Could Create Crisis

Jay Bradford Worries Lloyd's Challenge Could Create Crisis

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Insurance Commissioner Jay Bradford says Lloyd’s of London underwriters are approved to sell insurance in Arkansas. But a lawsuit filed last year keeps moving forward, and Bradford says he’s worried that it could create a crisis in the Arkansas insurance market. read more >