• Kevin Crass

    Kevin A. Crass

    Governor Sanders Appoints Crass to the Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas

    March 2, 2023
    Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced today that she will appoint Kevin Crass to the Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas. Crass will replace Charles Gibson and his term will expire on March 1, 2033. Crass also served as Executive Director of the governor’s transition team following her election this past November.
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  • Arkansas Heritage

    Arc of Justice

    The Arc of Justice

    February 17, 2023

    On February 16, 2023 – Friday, Eldredge & Clark joined the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center as they hosted the opening of the new exhibit “The Life and Legacy of Scipio A. Jones.” The exhibit brings light to the great efforts Jones made in the legal world as a prominent African American attorney right here in Pulaski county.

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  • Community Bank Minute


    Arkansas Banks Face Increased Regulation Based on Asset Growth

    February 13, 2023

    Banks in Arkansas and throughout the country have experienced substantial asset growth in recent years.  The Annual Report of the Commissioner of the State Bank Department in 2017 listed 80 state-chartered banks with combined total assets of approximately $85.2 billion (average of $1.065 billion per bank).  In June of last year, the annual report listed 74 state-chartered banks with total assets of $147 billion (average of $1.986 billion).  With increased size comes additional oversight. 

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    H-1B Work Visa Registration Less Than A Month Away

    February 6, 2023

    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)  recently announced the H-1B cap visa registration process for the 2024 Fiscal Year. Registration will open March 1 at noon eastern time and is set to close on March 17 at noon eastern time. Accordingly, employers should have all relevant information prepared ahead of time. USCIS has simplified the registration process from previous years, now requiring very basic information about the employer and the prospective employee and a $10.00 registration fee.

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  • Oscar Earl Davis, Jr.

    Oscar E. Davis Jr.

    Colleagues Remember Retired Partner and Friend

    February 2, 2023
    Oscar was a highly respected partner and attorney who joined the firm in 1970, where he practiced labor and employment law. His vast experience included advising clients on the National Labor Relations Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Equal Employment Opportunity Act and the Wage and Hour Act. Before joining the firm, Oscar was a Field Attorney for the National Labor Relations Board’s 26th Region in Memphis.
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  • Kat Hodge


    Firm Welcomes New Senior Counsel

    January 30, 2023
    Kat Hodge is Senior Counsel in the Labor and Employment Litigation Practice Group, having litigated employment cases for the defense and plaintiff’s bar. She joined the firm after serving as a Supervisory Trial attorney for the EEOC, where she supervised trial attorneys and managed litigation filed in complex employment discrimination cases in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi.
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  • Wayne Young

    Noncompete Proposal Generates Concerns

    January 24, 2023
    It's no surprise that the FTC's noncompete proposal has caused a stir. Wayne Young shares some of his insight on the subject in the article, "Noncompete Proposal Generates Concerns," published in Arkansas Business.
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