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In an effort to help the public better understand the rights afforded to them by the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act, the executive director of the Arkansas Press Association will offer an educational session at the Riverfront Pavilion on September 21st. Details, here:

http://www.swtimes.com/news/20170913/arkansas-press-association-chief-to-talk-foia-at-fort-smith-event

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On Tuesday, both the Fort Smith city administrator and the city's attorney recommended that the Board of the Directors reject the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit settlement. Details, here:
http://www.swtimes.com/news/20170913/fort-smith-officials-recommend-directors-reject-foia-lawsuit-settlement

Yesterday, city directors rejected a settlement in a lawsuit that claims the city and the city directors violated the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act by holding informal meetings. Details, here:

digital.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODN/ArDemocrat/shared/ShowArticle.aspx

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We are happy to announce our joint sponsorship with Weichert Realtors of a new digital scoring table for athletic events at Darby Junior High. The new table will be used during basketball and volleyball games, as well as any other sporting events hosted by the school. To learn more about this sponsorship, click here:

https://www.mccutchenbuckley.com/blog/2017/08/22/mccutchen-sexton-sponsors-new-scoring-table-for-darby-junior-high/
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McCutchen & Sexton — The Law Firm has been nominated for the Best of the Best by readers of the Southwest Times Record. We are grateful to have been selected as one of the Top-5 best law firms in the River Valley area. We would appreciate your consideration and vote in the Top-5 finalist round. Voting ends this Sunday, August 20th!

http://trcontest.secondstreetapp.com/l/Southwest-Times-Records-Best-of-2017/Ballot/Services
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A proposed ballot measure limiting the influence of a citizens' jury will hit the polls November 2018. Our own Joey McCutchen, president of The State Trial Lawyers Association, was recently featured in Hope Star. Read about his stance on the proposition, here: http://www.hopestar.com/news/20170728/proposed-tort-reform-measure-threatens-rights-association-leader-says
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Workplace accidents can be devastating for the victims and their families. Contact McCutchen & Sexton — The Law Firm at (479) 783-0036 today to receive the compensation you deserve.

https://www.mccutchenbuckley.com/practice-areas/workplace-accidents/4-things-to-do-after-a-workplace-accident/
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As the McCutchen & Sexton — The Law Firm annual Distracted Driving Safety program has come to an end, we would like to send a special thank you to Ms. Blentlinger, Ms. Hill, and Ms. Maestri for presenting the firm's associates with the opportunity to provide a learning experience to their students. An awards ceremony was held at the Immaculate Conception School to conclude our program. Learn more about the awards received, here:

https://www.mccutchenbuckley.com/blog/2017/06/01/distracted-driving-safety-program-concludes-with-great-success/
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In an effort to help those whose homes were destroyed in the Pocahontas floods, several members of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA) came together to help with the recovery process. We value being a part of the Arkansas community and are thankful for the opportunity to lend a hand to those in need.

https://www.mccutchenbuckley.com/blog/2017/05/26/atla-members-volunteer-to-help-pocahontas-flood-victims/
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