• Robert Smith

    Robert T. Smith

    Bankers Looking to Make a Move Should be on Alert Following Recent Federal Reserve Ban

    July 20, 2021
    Bankers changing positions from one bank to another is nothing new in the industry. The volume of moves may ebb and flow over time, but we have witnessed this play out in the Arkansas market for years. While there is risk inherent in any move, bankers and their new employers are well advised to consider a few steps to mitigate legal risks accompanying the change. A recent Federal Reserve action imposing a lifetime ban on two Wyoming bankers is an alarming reminder of the severity of these risks.
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  • Mike Moore & Wayne Young

    Delta Variant Will Have Ripple Effect on Business

    June 29, 2021
    As we all read the news reports the last week or so, the Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus is spreading quickly among the unvaccinated portion of society. Also, the pace of vaccinations in Arkansas has slowed with still fewer than one million Arkansans fully vaccinated. In response to this surge, hospitals, including UAMS, are reopening their Covid-19 units. This surge and the reaction by healthcare providers will have a ripple effect of causing limitations in healthcare services available for non-Covid needs.
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  • Dan Herrington & Amie Wilcox

    OSHA Releases Resources to Help Employers Comply With Its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

    June 25, 2021
    It may seem a little late in the game, but acting in response to an Executive Order, OSHA issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on June 10, 2021. This ETS only applies to “Healthcare Employers,” but that definition is broad – encompassing all settings where any employee provides “healthcare services” or “healthcare support services.”
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  • Katie Watson Bingham

    Katie Watson Bingham

    New Laws Passed by Ark Legislature Impact Trust & Estate Matters

    June 23, 2021
    The 2021 session of the Arkansas General Assembly ended in April and several new laws were enacted regarding trust and estate matters. The following is a general review of each new law and what changes it might mean for you in the future.
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  • Caleb Hollinger

    Firm Adds Trust & Estate Planning Attorney

    June 22, 2021
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP has hired Attorney Caleb D. Hollinger as the newest member of the firm’s Trust and Estate Planning Group. Hollinger joins the firm after graduating from the University of Florida Levin College of Law where he earned a Master of Laws in Taxation.
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  • Focused on Community

    Jamie Jones

    Jamie Jones Serves the Legal Community as Active Member of Ark Bar Association

    June 18, 2021
    To say Attorney Jamie Huffman Jones is involved in the Arkansas Bar Association would be an understatement. Having joined in 2003 at the start of her career, she has made participation in the bar’s initiatives a major focus outside the courtroom. She has volunteered to serve on various committees and task forces, held leadership positions on the Board of Trustees and led both the Annual Meeting in 2021 and the Mid-Year Meeting in 2020.
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  • Labor & Employment

    Firm Joins ELA - World's Largest Network of Employment Legal Firms

    June 18, 2021
    Friday, Eldredge & Clark has been selected to join the Employment Law Alliance (ELA) as the exclusive member for Arkansas.
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