Top Barling Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers - Arkansas
For more than a century, Hardin, Jesson & Terry, PLC, in Fort Smith, Arkansas, has upheld the principles of integrity, diligence and ingenuity. Our law firm handles insurance defense, business law, commercial law, health care law, energy law and employment law cases. We were founded in 1909 and have since been committed to delivering the exceptional representation that our clients have come to...
With more than 40 years serving the community of Rogers, Arkansas, the Kendall Law Firm has become synonymous with knowledgeable, individualized services in personal injury and a wide range of legal matters. We are known for our attention to detail, our compassion for those who are suffering or intimidated by the legal process, and our passion for success. We accept clients throughout Northwest...
I am attorney Josh Bryant, and from my law office in Rogers, Arkansas, I serve the needs and interests of a diverse range of clients throughout Northwest Arkansas and all across the state who have complex, ongoing legal issues that affect many aspects of their lives and livelihoods. Offering a comprehensive range of quality legal services to families, business owners, churches, ministries and...
Burt Newell and Jake Hargraves have been associated in the practice of law since March of 2006. The practice focuses on trials and both are accomplished in preparation for and presentation of civil trials most often decided by juries. They have a combined 26 years of experience in the practice of law focusing primarily in civil litigation. The bulk of the cases tried on behalf of the clients of...
Our attorneys at Hardin, Jesson & Terry, PLC, in Little Rock, Arkansas, have decades of experience in business and commercial law matters. With two law offices serving the state, we handle matters that include the following: • Insurance defense • Energy and health care law • Contracts and business formation • Real estate transactions • Employment law on behalf of...
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