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Rose Law Firm to Host Brill Lecture May 14, 2018

Rose Law Firm will once again host Chief Justice Howard Brill as he presents an interesting hour of ethics continuing legal education on May 14, 2018.  This year’s presentation will be Recent and Noteworthy Developments in Legal Ethics.  The presentation will be given at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. at Rose Law Firm […]

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Rose Law Firm Elects First Female Managing Member

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 […]

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Henry Law Firm joins Rose Law Firm

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 […]

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Brian Rosenthal named new President-Elect Designee of the Arkansas Bar Association

Brian Rosenthal, a member of Rose Law Firm, is the new President-Elect Designee of the Arkansas Bar Association. He will serve a one-year term as President-Elect beginning in June 2018 before assuming the office of President at the Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting. Brian has served as chair of the Association’s Board of Governors, the Long Range […]

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2017 Arkansas Bankers Association Mega Conference October 23 – 25.

Rose Law Firm attorneys Bryant Cranford and Dan Young will be among the presenters at the 2017 Arkansas Bankers Association Mega Conference sponsored by the Arkansas Bankers Association.  The conference will be held at the Little Rock Marriott on October 23 through October 25, 2017.  Registration information is located at arkbankers.org/Mega.aspx.    

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David Mitchell, Jr. named to Benchmark Litigation under 40 Hotlist

David Mitchell, Jr. has been named to Benchmark Litigation’s Under 40 Hotlist.  This list is comprised of practitioners, all aged 40 or younger, that have been deemed the most promising emerging talent in their respective litigation communities. David concentrates his practice in business, financial services, and class action litigation.  He has represented public and private […]

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Three Attorneys join Rose Law Firm

Rose Law Firm is very pleased to announce that Tori Gordon Jones, Jack Easterly and Madison Throneberry have recently joined Rose Law Firm. Tori Gordon Jones brings to the Firm a wide range of experience in areas of economic development and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on environmental, land use, and real estate law.  Ms. […]

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Best Lawyers Names 18 Rose Law Firm Attorneys in 2018 Selections.

Rose Law Firm is proud to announce that 18 of its lawyers have been listed in the 2018 rankings of The Best Lawyers in America. The recognized attorneys are as follows: Robyn Allmendinger – Securities / Capital Markets Law Charles W. Baker – Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law Steve Bauman […]

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Michael K. Goswami authored an article examining the implications the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment of 2016 has on firearms ownership

“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 […]

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Rose Law Firm and Nine Firm Members Recognized by Chambers USA

Rose Law Firm is pleased to announce that it has been ranked in the Chambers USA 2017 listings in the areas of Corporate/Commercial, Labor & Employment, Litigation: General Commercial, and Real Estate. In addition, nine firm members have been recognized as leaders in their field by Chambers USA 2017. Amy Lee Stewart – Litigation: General […]

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Banking In The Medical Marijuana Industry Is A Quagmire Of Opportunity

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 […]

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Butterball plans to build Yellville feed mill

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.

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Rose Firm to Host Brill Lecture May 15, 2017

Rose Law Firm will once again host Chief Justice Howard Brill as he presents an interesting hour of ethics continuing legal education on May 15, 2017.  This year’s presentation will be Ethics and the Supreme Court:  Insights from 16 months.  The presentation will be given at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. at Rose […]

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Uniform Voidable Transactions Act As Adopted in Arkansas

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.[1] The UVTA was part of the […]

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These Are the Oldest Businesses in Every State

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/287739 Chart: https://assets.entrepreneur.com/images/misc/1484246284_oldest-businesses-map_BB.jpg?_ga=1.243492236.860171932.1484344932  

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