February 7, 2018– Rose Law Firm is pleased to announce the election of Robyn P. Allmendinger as its first female managing member. Her term is effective immediately. She succeeds Craig Lair, who held the position since 2015, and will now be serving as general counsel to one of the firm’s clients. Under Lair’s leadership, Rose […]
November 30, 2017 – Little Rock based Rose Law Firm announced today attorneys Mark M. Henry and Adam Hopkins of the Fayetteville law firm Henry Law Firm joined Rose Law Firm effective immediately. The addition results in one of the state’s largest legal teams for intellectual property and related litigation, and it also establishes a […]
“Rose Law Firm’s Michael K. Goswami authored an article for the Arkansas Lawyer examining the implications the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment of 2016 has on firearms ownership and possession. The article highlights that Second Amendment rights are limited when marijuana is mixed into the dynamic of firearm ownership.” The full article, “Guns or Ganja: Pick […]
By: David S. Mitchell, Jr. & Michael K. Goswami Introduction Aside from a lack of supportive federal legislation to legalize medicinal or recreational marijuana sales, the appropriately-named “marijuana banking problem” is without a doubt the largest hindrance to the legal marijuana industry. The legal marijuana industry is projected to be a $50 billion industry […]
The Rose Law Firm is proud to assist Butterball with plans to build a new 50 million dollar Yellville feed mill. Click the link to read the full article Read article.
Background The Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (“UVTA”) is the successor to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (“UFTA”). In Arkansas, the UFTA was found at Ark. Code Ann. § 4-59-201 et seq. So far, the UVTA has only been adopted in twelve states, with ten other states under pending legislation. The UVTA was part of the […]
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Three Rose attorneys presented at the annual Arkansas Tax Institute. Craig Lair presented an update on developments in Cyber Security. Dan Young and Adam Crow spoke about Internal Revenue Code Section 2704 and the latest developments.
https://arkansascharitablegiftplanning.org/about/ He spoke to the group about legal and case law updates in the field of planned giving.
Rose Law Firm member David S. Mitchell, Jr. authored an article for The Arkansas Lawyer examining the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. §§ 3729 – 3733, and highlighting a few emerging issues and trends in False Claims Act litigation. In addition to reviewing the history, significance, and basics of the False Claims Act, David identifies […]
Premier legal industry directory Chambers & Partners in the 2015 edition of its Chambers USA Guide has named Washington, D.C.-based SCG Legal (also known as State Capital Group) one of the top three law firm networks in the United States. The Chambers’ guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now cover 185 jurisdictions […]
Rose Law Firm is very pleased to announce that Tim Boe has been selected as a 2015 award winner on the Client Choice website. Since 2005, Client Choice has recognized those law firms and partners around the world that stand apart for the excellent client care they provide and the quality of their service. The […]
The Attorney-Client Privilege is a bit like a soufflé – much described and assumed, finicky, tricky, and easily damaged, but a precious thing when properly created and maintained. At its core, it is a rule of evidence that protects confidential communications of clients (whether individual or corporate) with their […]
An article written by Rose Law Firm Member Adam Crow about tax-free gifts was published in AgHeritage’s Financial Partner magazine. The article may be found at: http://www.agheritagefcs.com/siteimages/2013/12/Financial-Partner-OND-2013.pdf
Rose Law Firm Attorney, B.J. Walker, co-authored the recently published book, The Class Action Fairness Act: Law and Strategy. The book focuses on practical advice for practitioners who must tackle the sometimes confounding technicalities of CAFA in the real world. CAFA drastically altered removal law, settlement law, and appeals procedures and standards, and includes vague […]