More than one in four rehab patients suffer injuries as a result of neglect, says federal report

Patients entering rehabilitation hospitals—such as those individuals recovering from a fall or stroke—are far more likely to receive some sort of injury than you may have previously thought. According to…

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Rogers Law Firm Applauds Attorney on Certification in Domestic Relations (PR)

Press Release Northwest Arkansas law firm Miller, Butler, Schneider, Pawlik, & Rozzell, PLLC, with locations in Rogers and Fayetteville, congratulates associate attorney, Victoria Bruton on her certification as a Domestic…

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Mediating High Conflict Parties

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Contributed by Mary Schneider View Making Proposals by Bill Eddy  As part of my experience as a mediator, I [Mary Schneider] have had extensive training in how to mediate high…

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Kristin Pawlik to Address Election Issue #4

View Washington County Bar Association Newsletter HERE. For More Information Visit FairnessArkansas.com [The Washington County Bar Association's] October speaker will be Kristin Pawlik. Kristin is an attorney and Director on the…

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A Tale of Two Casemates: Trademark Dispute over Wal-Mart’s Stationary Brand

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A Tale of Two Casemates: Trademark Dispute over Wal-Mart’s Stationary Brand Wal-Mart’s line of stationary items, Casemate, shares its name with a smartphone accessory company also named Case-Mate. Wal-Mart’s Casemate…

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Initiated Attack

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Contributed by Kristin Pawlik View the Printed Article Here On June 27, the House of Delegates unanimously voted to accept the Legislation Committee's recommendation that we, as an Association, fight and…

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