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  • Madeline O. McElhanon

    Madeline O. McElhanon Joins Finance & Commercial Transactions Group

    August 3, 2020
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark is proud to announce the hiring of Madeline O. McElhanon. McElhanon will practice in the Finance & Commercial Transactions Group where she will work primarily on transactions in the banking, healthcare, real estate and technology industries.
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  • Scott H. Tucker

    Scott H. Tucker

    Scott Tucker Admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers

    July 24, 2020
    Scott H. Tucker has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Scott, a partner at Friday, Eldredge & Clark, was inducted in a special ceremony held at the College’s Spring Meeting in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday, March 7.
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  • Firm News

    Firm Joins Law Firm Antiracism Alliance

    July 14, 2020
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark is proud to announce its charter membership in the newly developed Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (LFAA). Nearly 200 law firms across the country are working collaboratively through a number of large-scale initiatives to help in the advancement of race equity and equal justice in the law profession.
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  • Chambers & Partners

    High Net Worth Guide Ranks Five Attorneys in 2020 Edition

    July 9, 2020
    Chambers and Partners© has recognized Friday, Eldredge & Clark and five of the firm’s trust and estate planning attorneys in its 2020 edition of Chambers High Net Worth Guide. The guide covers private wealth management work in key areas around the world, and its rankings are based on extensive research and in-depth interviews with clients and industry leaders. In addition to the individual attorneys recognized, the firm received the highest ranking awarded by Chambers.
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  • Coronavirus News Alert

    Work-Search Requirements to be Reinstated; Unemployment Fraud on the Rise

    July 7, 2020
    The Arkansas Division of Workforce Services (DWS) recently announced that starting June 28, the work-search requirement for unemployment benefits is once again in effect. DWS had waived the requirement in March in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the job-search requirement, individuals receiving unemployment benefits must make two to three job contacts each week depending on where in the state they live. The work-search requirement also applies to individuals receiving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), except for those who are self-employed. Self-employed PUA claimants must be engaged in activities designed to resume their usual self-employment and should enter the number of days each week that they were engaged in activities designed to resume their usual self-employment. Individuals receiving Extended Benefits have enhanced work-search requirements and must make three to four job contacts each week depending on where in the state they live.
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  • Attorney & Firm News

    Attorneys Elected to Ark Association of Women Lawyers' Board

    July 2, 2020
    Michael McCarty Harrison and Sarah Giammo have been elected to serve on the 2020-2021 Board of Officers of the Arkansas Women Lawyers Association (AWLA).
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  • Jeremiah D. Wood

    Jeremiah D. Wood

    CARES Act Update: IRS Provides Additional Guidance on CARES Act’s Impacts on Retirement Plans

    July 1, 2020
    The IRS has provided additional guidance regarding the coronavirus-related distributions, the modification to plan loans made to individuals impacted by COVID-19, and the 2020 waiver of the required minimum distributions. This article will provide an update to such article as provided in the recently released additional guidance from the IRS in Notices 2020-50 and 2020-51.
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