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Sovereign Immunity in Arkansas: Absolute or Only a Bar to Monetary Recovery?
Category: Litigation
Earlier this year, the Arkansas Supreme Court handed down a case that reduced the ability to sue the State. See Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas v. Andrews.[1] This decision has been controversial; it has already resulted in a rejection of lawsuits against the State,[2] and is being…
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What is Arkansas' Pre-Judgment Interest Rate? A Vexing Question with No Clear Answer.
Category: Litigation
Since the time of publication, a statute has been revised which impacts the content of this post. See Ark. Code Ann. ยง 16-65-114. If you become engaged in litigation in Arkansas, the answer to this question can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in potential recovery or exposure.[1] As such…
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