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  • Attorney Speaks at 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar
    2017-03-20

    Attorney Speaks at 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar

    Attorney Bradley S. Runyon spoke recently at the Pulaski County Bar Association's 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar that was held at the UALR Bowen School of Law. The one-day seminar focused on a variety of topics related to the medical malpratice area of law. Brad presented "Pitfalls in the Proof: Common Fatal Flaws" that outlined discussed the unique requirements of the Arkansas Medical Malpractice Act and the most common ways in which a plaintiff will fail to meet their legal burden of proof.

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  • Attorney Speaks to WCASHRM Group about Medical Marijuana Amendment
    2017-02-28

    Attorney Speaks to WCASHRM Group about Medical Marijuana Amendment

    Attorney H. Wayne Young spoke today to members of the West Central Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management group about Arkansas' medical marijuana law and how it will affect employers and the workplace. Wayne discussed the general outline of the parameters and purpose of the Amendment and on the employment ramifications. He focused on the discrimination provisions of the Amendment itself, the effect of the ADA and the impact on workers’ compensation.

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  • Attorney Presents "The Business of Medicine" to UAMS Med Students
    2017-02-09

    Attorney Presents "The Business of Medicine" to UAMS Med Students

    As the fourth-year medical students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences prepare for their future, they have to learn more than just medicine. Attorney Michelle Ator spoke to these students about the business side of the profession earlier in the week as part of their ongoing education. Her presentation, "The Business of Medicine," focused on ways doctors can minimize their risk of being involved in future litigation. One piece of advice: "Stay focused, current and compassionate.”

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  • Firm Monitors Bills That Could Impact Employers
    2017-01-25

    Firm Monitors Bills That Could Impact Employers

    Friday, Eldredge & Clark’s Labor and Employment practice group is monitoring several bills throughout the 91st General Assembly of the Arkansas State Legislature that could impact Arkansas employers if passed. Attorney H. Wayne Young provides a brief overview of House Bill 1126, House Bill 1021, Senate Bill 37 and Senate Bill 33.

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