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C. Michael Daily
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New Daily Law Blog Post. The statute of frauds recently enforced against an Arkansas family.
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Oral Agreements to Divide a Decedent's Property Violate the Statute of Frauds
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals recently rendered an unpublished opinion, Kiddie v. Copeland , Case No. 17-2814 , involving the statute of frauds, and its application to an agreement to divided a deceased grandfather's property.  First, what is the statute...
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Sovereign immunity in Arkansas. The Arkansas Whistle-Blower Act has been gutted.
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Some thoughts on estate planning for young professionals. Spoiler: it's a good idea.
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We are excited to sponsor and present at the 2018 Arkansas Natural Resources Law Institute in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Registration at the door is still available!
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I had the privilege of representing the successful appellant before the Arkansas Court of Appeals in this case. Here's a link to the write-up for Self v. Hustead.
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Arkansas legislature introduces new landlord tenant bill that changes nothing.
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What Do Prostitution and the Failure to Pay Rent Have In Common?
C. Michael Daily  is a business law attorney with the long-established law firm of  Dail y & Woods, P.L.L.C . and is licensed to practice business law and real estate law in Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Wyoming. C. Michael Daily can be contacted by ...
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Issue 5, Arkansas Wins....Loses
Issue 5, the casino amendment, is all but dead.  Last week, the Arkansas Supreme Court issued a ruling and held that the issue would not reach voters, because the ballot title was legally insufficient.  Even though you are probably still seeing those crazy ...
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Issue 5, Arkansas Wins....Loses
Issue 5, the casino amendment, is all but dead.  Last week, the Arkansas Supreme Court issued a ruling and held that the issue would not reach voters, because the ballot title was legally insufficient.  Even though you are probably still seeing those crazy ...
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