Arkansas Supreme Court TEXARKANA, Ark. -- The Arkansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on April 15 about the process used to approve the certificate that granted SWEPCO's construction of the John W. Turk Power Plant located in southern Arkansas.
Judge Kirk Johnson TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ Shortly after an order for $315,000 in sanctions, Foremost Insurance Co. may have the opportunity to be dismissed from a pending Arkansas class action.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Several state attorneys general and state supreme courts were put under the microscope by the American Tort Reform Foundation in its annual "Judicial Hellholes" report, released Dec. 15.
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ U.S. District Judge Harry F. Barnes dismissed an Arkansas resident's claims that Weyerhaeuser terminated him based on his age and as retaliation for a workers' compensation claim.
Arkansas Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Declaring a portion of the 2003 tort reform law violates the Arkansas Constitution separation of powers clause, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled two provisions of the Civil Justice Reform Act unconstitutional on April 30.
In earlier installments of this series ("When Judges Get Cute," "Lyrical Law"), we examined how judges have used song lyrics and humor in writing judicial opinions. In this final segment, we'll look at how judges over the years have employed rhymed verse in their opinions.
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to release a decision Jan. 12 regarding a petition for a writ of certoriatia filed by General Motors in a class action pending in the Miller County Circuit Court of Arkansas.
TEXARKANA, Ark. -- Claim IQ Inc. is petitioning the Arkansas Supreme Court to order a state circuit court to cease what the company calls improper exercise of jurisdiction and dismiss the defendant without prejudice from the Colossus class action.
Judge Kirk Johnson TEXARKANA, Ark. (Legal Newsline) - Like the common lore, everything may be bigger in Texas, except, it seems, when it comes to staggering legal action. Nobody tops Texarkana, Ark., these days.
Arkansas Supreme Court TEXARKANA,Ark. -- Variances in state laws will have no effect on class certification of multi-state class actions, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled June 19.
John G. Browning There are some strange things afoot within the ivory towers of academia. For example, a recent perusal of the University of California-Berkeley Law School's faculty Web site listed "Test Dummy" among the names of its many legal scholars.
Associate Justice Donald Corbin LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ The Arkansas Supreme Court heard arguments over multi-state class certification issues relating to product liability cases on Thursday, May 29.
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ Miller County Circuit Court Judge Joe Griffin approved the final order for the last defendant's settlement in the Arkansas "click fraud" class action.
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ The Arkansas Supreme court is scheduled to hear arguments on whether the Miller County Circuit Court erred in certifying a nationwide class prior to considering choice-of-law issues. The oral arguments are scheduled for May 29 in Little Rock.
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ After almost four years of litigation in the Circuit Court of Miller County, Ark., plaintiffs' attorneys are attempting to remove opposing attorney Richard Griffin and his law firm Jackson Walker LLP from representing Foremost Insurance Company.
TEXARKANA, Ark. -- The Arkansas Supreme Court ordered Circuit Court Judge James Hudson Jr. to dismiss the class action suit against Centerpoint Energy, which alleged Centerpoint was involved in a fraudulent natural gas selling scheme.
Circuit Judge Kirk Johnson TEXARKANA, Ark. -- In a recent hearing, Miller County Circuit Judge Kirk Johnson heard defendants' attorneys request for a hearing for ruling on issues in the Colossus software case.
TEXARKANA, Ark. -- Taking their argument to the Arkansas Supreme Court, Foremost Insurance Company is appealing Circuit Court Judge Kirk Johnson's Order to produce all of its claim files. The insurance company estimates the required production of 600,000 claim files would cost around $45 million.
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