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Proposed Changes to HIPAA & Recent Enforcement Actions
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Proposed Changes to HIPAA & Recent Enforcement Actions

Jennifer L. Smith

This article, authored by WLJ health law attorney Jennifer Smith, is featured in the Spring…

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For Women, For Arkansas
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For Women, For Arkansas

Wright Lindsey Jennings

This is a special feature for Woman-Run, co-authored by WLJ’s Meredith Lowry and Heifer International’s…

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Protecting Trade Secrets in the COVID-19 Era
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Protecting Trade Secrets in the COVID-19 Era

Wright Lindsey Jennings

This article, co-authored by WLJ attorneys Meredith Lowry and Daveante Jones, originally appeared in the…

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Virtual Woman-Run with Esperanza Massana-Crane and Sara Hurst
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Virtual Woman-Run with Esperanza Massana-Crane and Sara Hurst


Date:
3.30.2021
Location:
Online event
Wright, Lindsey & Jennings LLP, West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR, USA
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WLJ Employment Law Webinar: The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration
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WLJ Employment Law Webinar: The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration


Date:
4.20.2021
Location:
Online event
Wright, Lindsey & Jennings LLP, West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR, USA
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HIGH PROFILE: Judy Simmons Henry walked ‘from the gym into the courtroom’
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HIGH PROFILE: Judy Simmons Henry walked ‘from the gym into the courtroom’

Wright Lindsey Jennings

This article originally appeared in the February 14, 2021, issue of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Photo…

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Trying Times During COVID-19: A review of the risk-versus-benefit analysis of whether to try individual cases… and when.
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Trying Times During COVID-19: A review of the risk-versus-benefit analysis of whether to try individual cases… and when.

David P. Glover

This article originally appeared in the Fall/Winter 2020 issue of Voir Dire, a publication of the…

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Arkansas Legislature to Consider Hate Crime Law
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Arkansas Legislature to Consider Hate Crime Law

Laura E. Cox

In 1968, Congress passed the first federal hate crime statute, which made it a crime…

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In the Workplace 2021: What to Expect From the Biden Administration
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In the Workplace 2021: What to Expect From the Biden Administration

Wright Lindsey Jennings

This is part of a series of articles by Wright Lindsey Jennings’ attorneys examining key…

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In the Workplace 2021: COVID-19 Vaccinations: Can Businesses Make Them Mandatory for Employees?
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In the Workplace 2021: COVID-19 Vaccinations: Can Businesses Make Them Mandatory for Employees?

Stuart Jackson

This is part of a series of articles by Wright Lindsey Jennings’ labor and employment…

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In the Workplace 2021: Business and Personal Travel COVID-19 Considerations for Employers
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In the Workplace 2021: Business and Personal Travel COVID-19 Considerations for Employers

Regina A. Young

This is part of a series of articles by Wright Lindsey Jennings’ labor and employment…

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In the Workplace 2021: Legal Implications of Remote Work in the COVID-19 Era
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In the Workplace 2021: Legal Implications of Remote Work in the COVID-19 Era

Wright Lindsey Jennings

This is part of a series of articles by Wright Lindsey Jennings’ labor and employment…

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