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You Snooze, You Lose

June 11, 2018 by Lindsey C. Pesek | Arkansas law has a number of hurdles to maneuver in order to establish an enforceable mechanic’s and materialman’s lien in the construction...
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Restaurants, Guns and Signs

April 2, 2018 By Brandon B. Cate | During the 2017 legislative session, Arkansas enacted two new acts concerning public and private places and concealed handguns.  While the act concerning...
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Deficient Notice Of Appeal Results In Dismissal

October 2017 by Sarah Keith-Bolden | Although Arkansas’s rules of appellate procedure have been liberalized in recent years to eliminate certain “frustrating procedural pitfalls,”[1] it is still critical for attorneys...
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Churches And Concealed Handguns

June 2017 by Brandon B. Cate and Lindsey C. Pesek | During the 2017 legislative session, the Arkansas General Assembly and Governor Asa Hutchinson enacted several new laws concerning public...
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