Our mission for decades has been to provide high-quality, responsive and cost effective services to our clients. We accomplish this mission by building close personal relationships with our clients, striving to understand our clients' businesses, and providing a practical, multi-disciplinary approach to problem solving. Our lawyers therefore typically practice in more than one area of law and handle a diverse range of matters for clients
Our attorneys represent cities and public entities across the state in litigation defense matters, including contract law, land use litigation, claims before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, condemnation proceedings, federal and state civil rights matters, employment discrimination claims, defense of police and fire departments and personnel, administrative law, taxation and illegal exaction cases and appellate litigation.
Micki served as Deputy City Attorney for the City of Springdale for 11 years, acting primarily as counsel to the Planning Commission and handling land use matters. She also served as legal counsel to the Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital for 11 years, and handled real estate development work in the area. Micki’s expertise in real estate law and community connections led to her being a founding member of the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust on whose Board of Directors she still serves. That group works with conservation-minded landowners, municipalities and partner organizations to protect land with agricultural, ecological, scenic, historic, and recreational significance in Northwest Arkansas.
Greg’s specialty is that of a litigator, and he advocates on behalf of the firm’s clients on a wide variety of issues, such as condemnation cases, real estate and title disputes, construction claims and insurance claims. He’s attracted to the excitement of the courtroom and litigation, something he discovered while observing trials that were held in courtrooms surrounding his law school in downtown Houston. Greg graduated Magna Cum Laude from the South Texas College of Law and was named to the South Texas Law Review. He has represented corporate, municipal, and individual clients in numerous jurisdictions, including Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana. Greg also serves as a Prosecuting Attorney for numerous municipalities in Benton County, Arkansas.
Real Estate Transactions
Justin represents public entities and municipalities in issues such as human resources, land use, tax disputes, constitutional law, civil rights cases and governance, and he helps businesses with corporate formations, real estate transactions, and other general legal matters. Prior to attending law school, Justin worked in Brussels, Belgium in international commercial trade regulation and then locally in business translation. He is the son of educators; his mother is a retired public school teacher and his father a retired professor of Foreign Languages at the University of Arkansas. His first taste of public entity legal work came about while working as a law clerk for Harrington Miller. Justin is licensed to practice law in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas as well as the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Justin serves on the Fayetteville Public School District Board of Education. He currently serves as the City Attorney for Tontitown and Cave Springs and represents various municipalities and public entities across Arkansas in litigation and for special projects.
While some divorces can be messy, most are not. In many cases, both spouses have acknowledged the need for divorce and have agreed to the essential terms of the divorce, such as child custody, visitation, and division of property. In those cases, we find that our clients seek the assistance of a skilled attorney to simply help them effectuate the terms to which they've already agreed. In an uncontested divorce action, our attorneys strive to aid clients in preparing the appropriate divorce documents and guide them through an intimidating court system without causing unnecessary spousal disputes or unwanted litigation expense.
Some divorces are, however, hotly contested. Where the parties are unable to reach an agreement, the court must decide custody issues, visitation schedules, child support matters, property division, and various other issues which arise along the way. In those cases, you will take comfort knowing that our attorneys are quite experienced in litigation and will fight to ensure that you and your children are treated fairly.
Our team is skilled and well-versed in all claims, including employment, real estate, title, construction, insurance and corporate litigation, and are licensed to practice in both state and federal courts, at the trial and appellate levels.
Mergers and Acquisitions
His practice includes advising non-profit organizations regarding formation and governance matters, and exemptions from federal and state taxation. Robert also advises clients in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, public and private debt and equity offerings, securities law compliance, corporate governance, and general corporate matters.