Tagged: Federal Bureau Of Investigation

UA’s Quiet Land Deal Gets Look From FBI

UA’s Quiet Land Deal Gets Look From FBI

LegalCover Story

The FBI has been asking questions about the planned sale of 6,300 acres by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, a deal that has drawn allegations that bid manipulation produced a lower sale price and a higher broker commission. read more >

State Confirms Insurance Claim in Web 'Breach'

State Confirms Insurance Claim in Web 'Breach'

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Arkansas officials confirmed last week that the state filed an insurance claim in a May 15 website security lapse that exposed sensitive data on 30,000 Arkansans seeking pandemic unemployment benefits. read more >

Arkansas Lost at Least $22.6M in 2019 Internet Crimes

Arkansas Lost at Least $22.6M in 2019 Internet Crimes

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Arkansas ranked 34th in the nation in the number of victims of internet crimes reported last year with 1,991, according to the “2019 Internet Crime Report,” released by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center in February. read more >

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

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Gov. Hutchinson puzzled techies and Luddites alike by making a federal case out of what seemed to be a good Samaritan’s report that the Arkansas Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website was inadvertently revealing applicants’ Social Security and banking numbers. read more >

Disturbing Past Rises to Haunt Dr. Lonnie Parker

Disturbing Past Rises to Haunt Dr. Lonnie Parker

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An Arkansas physician who rehabilitated his image, regaining his medical license after going to federal prison on a child pornography charge, is now charged with a felonious relapse — this time accused of overprescribing opioids and other controlled substances. read more >

China’s Theft of American Innovation (FBI Commentary)

China’s Theft of American Innovation (FBI Commentary)

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Whether it is through high-tech means or simply grabbing a handful of proprietary grains, the People’s Republic of China has consistently proven that what they lack in creativity and innovation, they make up for in outright theft. read more >

FBI Peers Into Soul of the South Finances

FBI Peers Into Soul of the South Finances

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Inquiries about how the Arkansas Development Finance Authority and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission came to invest more than $1.7 million in Soul of the South's short-lived financial fiasco are being made. read more >

Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers' Legal Problems

Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers' Legal Problems

Banking & FinanceLegalCover Story

After federal agents came calling at his business and home on Jan. 28, 2014, John Rogers lost control of his chaotic financial world. The known claims against the photo and sports memorabilia dealer total more than $45 million, not counting $49 million in requested punitive damages. read more >

NLR Sports Memorabilia Dealer John Rogers Sued for Missed Payment

NLR Sports Memorabilia Dealer John Rogers Sued for Missed Payment

LegalCover Story

A dispute over the $1.35 million acquisition of a treasure trove of historic Major League Baseball images recently took the field in Pulaski County Circuit Court. The heir and former keeper of the famed George Burke & George Brace Collection of photographic negatives sued North Little Rock businessman John Rogers and his Sports Card Plus Inc. read more >

FBI's Arkansas Headquarters Attracts $19.5M Sale

FBI's Arkansas Headquarters Attracts $19.5M Sale

Real Deals

The Arkansas headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in west Little Rock tipped the scales at $19.5 million. A 260-unit apartment project in Little Rock’s Riverdale area is in the works after a $2.57 million land deal. And a 9,460-SF office building in west Little Rock that was the subject of foreclosure proceedings has been sold for $750,000. read more >