• Matthew Mitchell

    Matthew Mitchell

    Matt Mitchell Appointed to Judicial Panel

    May 5, 2022
    Arkansas House Speaker Matthew Shepherd, R-El Dorado, has appointed Attorney Matthew Mitchell of Rogers to the Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission, Shepherd announced Monday.
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  • Friday Forward Fellowship

    Firm Announces Second Year of the Friday Forward Fellowship

    March 2, 2022
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP is proud to announce its continued efforts to promote diversity in the law profession by continuing its Friday Forward Fellowship. The objective of the Fellowship, established in 2021, is to increase the number of law school students from diverse backgrounds. Recognizing that diversity includes many human differences such as race, ethnicity, sexual and gender identity, military service, socioeconomic status, faith and beliefs, disability status, immigrant upbringing, and other conditions, Friday, Eldredge & Clark is committed to seeking out these students and encourage them to become members of the Arkansas legal profession.
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  • Price Gardner

    Gov. Hutchinson Appoints Price Gardner to 2nd Term on ASU System Board of Trustees

    February 8, 2022
    Gov. Asa Hutchinson has appointed Attorney Price Gardner, a 1984 graduate of Arkansas State University, to a second term on the ASU System Board of Trustees.
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  • Alexa Mizer

    New Associate Joins Rogers Office

    February 7, 2022
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP announces the hiring of Attorney Alexa Mizer in the Litigation Practice Group in Rogers.
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  • Amie Wilcox

    Amie Alexander

    New Guidance Issued for CMS Vaccination Mandate Sets February 14, 2022 Enforcement Date

    January 19, 2022
    CMS Vaccine Mandate to be Enforced February 14, 2022: The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) has issued guidance specific to states where the CMS Vaccination Mandate was previously enjoined (including Arkansas).
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  • Amie Wilcox

    Amie Alexander

    Supreme Court Reinstates CMS Vaccine Mandate

    January 14, 2022
    The United States Supreme Court granted the federal government’s request to reinstate the CMS Omnibus COVID-19 Health Care Staff Vaccination Interim Final Rule (CMS Mandate) after two U.S. District Courts had enjoined the enforcement of the rule in 25 states, including Arkansas. The Court, in a 5-4 decision, determined that the petitioning states were not likely to succeed on the merits of their challenges and that the CMS Rule may go into effect while the cases proceed.
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  • Mark Cameron

    Labor & Employment Alert:  Supreme Court Stays Enforcement of OSHA ETS

    January 13, 2022
    After lengthy oral arguments last Friday, the United States Supreme Court today (January 13, 2022) stayed any enforcement of the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) mandating vaccination or weekly testing for all employers with 100 or more employees. The Court, In a 6-3 decision, determined that the petitioners challenging the ETS were likely to succeed on the merits and, therefore, a stay of enforcement during the litigation on the merits was appropriate. This is good news for all employers with over 100 employees who were facing the specter of requiring vaccinations or implementing masking and weekly testing rules and procedures.
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