Tagged: Tré Kitchens

Farmer Ordered to Pay Fees in Stone Bank Case

Farmer Ordered to Pay Fees in Stone Bank Case

WhispersBanking & FinanceLegal

A Boone County farmer and his lawyers failed to comply with a discovery order in his federal lawsuit against Stone Bank and therefore must pay the bank’s attorneys fees incurred as a result of their failure. read more >

Life Is Priceless (Tré Kitchens Commentary)

Life Is Priceless (Tré Kitchens Commentary)

OpinionHealth CareLegal

Known as Issue 1 on the ballot, this proposed amendment to our state’s Constitution places an arbitrary, one-size-fits-all cap on the damages a jury can award when there has been a loss of life or a limb or some other tragedy. 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 >

After Court Win, Dentist Braces for Appeal

After Court Win, Dentist Braces for Appeal

WhispersHealth CareLegal

A Pulaski County Circuit Court jury recently awarded Interdisciplinary Dental Therapy P.A. $221,000 in its case against Arkansas Family Dental P.A. of Little Rock. The roots of the case go back to late 2012 when Heathman, an associate dentist at Arkansas Family Dental, wanted to buy a practice. read more >

Razorclean Closes Case Against O.J.'s

Razorclean Closes Case Against O.J.'s

WhispersLegal

Just as the Razorclean Maids Inc. lawsuit against O.J.’s Service Two Inc. of North Little Rock was about to get dirty with O.J.’s discovery requests, Razorclean asked that the case be withdrawn. read more >