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DRI

DRI, the voice of the defense bar, featured a recent defense verdict obtained by firm attorney J. Carter Fairley in its newsletter The Voice. “The perception that big trucks and trucking companies are always at fault is changing,” says Fairley. “Juries are looking past old stereotypes about trucking companies, and are seeking to hold everyone accountable for his or her own actions.”

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Michael Lee Wright

Several Barber Law Firm attorneys were voted as the Best Lawyers in Little Rock in their specialty areas by Soiree magazine.

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Small Businesses Need Covenants Not To Compete

Arkansas Business recently featured Joseph F. Kolb’s article on how important Covenants Not To Compete can be for small businesses.

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Scott M. Strauss addresses the “Catch 22” of Arkansas’s Civil Justice Reform Act in an article featured in the latest edition of The Arkansas Lawyer. Click Here to read the full article as a part of Barber Briefs.

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"We want to support efforts that are making a difference in people's lives today while impacting them for years to come. The mission of Centers For Youth & Families is a perfect fit."

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Barber Law Firm honored among "Best Law Firms" of 2011-2012. G. Spence Fricke and Robert L. "Skip" Henry, III, were also honored individually.

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Super Lawyers honors attorneys individually while firm accolades pile up.

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The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) have elected William H. "Bill" Edwards, Jr. as Vice President of the Arkansas Chapter for 2012.

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The Harmonie Group elects John S. "Jack" Cherry, Jr. to its Board of Directors for 2012.

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G. Spence Fricke has been elected as an Associate member of the legal profession’s prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates...

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Clark J. Brown joined the firm as an Associate in August...

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Joseph F. Kolb was elected as Secretary/Treasurer of the Debtor-Creditor Law Section of the ABA...

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June 2011 KATV Daybreak

Barber Law Firm attorney Joe Kolb and KATV's Stephanie Simoni discuss the Barber Law Firm Century Fund on a recent edition of Daybreak. Nominations for the Century Fund's 2011 nonprofit partner will be accepted through August 1.

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June 2010, Arkansas Business

Arkansas Business, the state's business weekly, honored Barber Law Firm attorney Perry Wilson by including him in the newest 40 Under 40 class, Arkansas Business' exclusive group of business and community leaders.

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Strauss
December 2010 The Daily Record

The latest constitutional challenge to the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003, Johnson v. Rockwell, 2009 Ark 241, 2009 Ark. Lexis 274 (April 30, 2009), produced a conundrum that more than a year later has yet to be resolved. Barber Law Firm attorney Scott Strauss explains in this article from The Daily Record.

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Emerson
October 2010 Arkansas Business

When commercial leases and construction contracts are signed and the owner or general contractor has certificates of insurance in hand, surely the matter is well in hand and performance under the lease or contract can proceed. Right? Think again. Barber Law Firm attorney Michael Emerson shows how a lack of specificity in indemnity clauses and additional insured clauses can cause big problems in this Arkansas Business commentary article.

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Fairley
October 2010 Inviting Arkansas

Barber attorney Carter Fairley balances his law career, family, and social life while keeping the status quo. Read the full profile courtesy of Inviting Arkansas.

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Barber
June 2010, Arkansas Business

In this June 2010 issue focused on the legal profession, Arkansas Business profiles the 100-year-old Barber Law Firm, looking back and looking ahead to the firm's centennial celebration.

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Barber
June 2010, Arkansas Business

In this commentary piece appearing in the Arkansas Business Journal, Barber attorney Cindy Kolb explores a number of hazards that recent rulings have surfaced for construction firms. The upshot: you may have less coverage than you think.

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