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HIPAA Audits: No Signs of Slowing in 2017 - WLJ’s Hayden W. Shurgar Featured in Healthcare Journal of Little Rock
Labor & Employment Law Seminar Addresses "Employee Leave Maze: Get the Facts About the ADA, FMLA and Workers’ Compensation"
Shifting Labor Rules Keep Arkansas Attorneys Busy: WLJ’s Jane Kim Featured in Arkansas Business Cover Story
Medical Marijuana Employment Bill Passed by the General Assembly; It Now Awaits the Governor’s Signature
Investing in Medical Marijuana is a High Risk, High Reward Venture: Cal Rose Offers Commentary for Northwest Arkansas Business Journal
Labor & Employment Law Seminar Addresses "The First 100 Days and Beyond: Key Issues for Employers and HR in 2017"
Labor & Employment Law Seminar Addresses Non-Competes, Trade Secrets and Other Employment Agreements
The Salary Basis Test Under the FLSA: When Can You Dock a Salaried Exempt Employee's Pay for Being Off Work Sick?
Another Trap: Compliance with the New FLSA Overtime Regulations Doesn't Equal Compliance with the Equal Pay Act and Other Civil Rights Statutes
How Arkansas' 2 Medical Marijuana Proposals Differ: Erika Gee Offers Commentary for Arkansas Business
Judy Simmons Henry and Vicki S. Vasser-Jenkins Serve as Faculty at Arkansas Bar Association’s “Best of CLE”
Vicki S. Vasser-Jenkins Discusses Special Education Law at Arkansas Bar Association, University of Arkansas School of Law
Wright Lindsey Jennings and Little Rock Touchdown Club Present Cliff Harris Award to MSU Defensive Back, Marqui Christian
Retaliatory Wrongful Discharge: At-Will Employee Need Not Show Actual Violation of State or Federal Law
Immigration Reform: Executive Orders Seek to Boost Business by Increasing the Number of High-Skilled Workers and Entrepreneurs
Being “Friends” With Your Employees on Social Media Is Not Just a Bad Idea, It May be Unlawful Under Arkansas Law