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Sach Oliver: Guest Speaker for the American Association of Justice/Kentucky Association of Justice Education Seminar May 29th & 30th, 2015

Sach Oliver will be a guest speaker May 29th & 30th for a May education seminar “David Beats Goliath: Harnessing the Power of 30(b)(6) Depositions.” The seminar will be held in Louisville, KY at historic Churchill Downs and is being co-sponsored by the American Association of Justice and the Kentucky Justice... Read More


 

Arkansas One Named Worst Nuclear Power Plant in Country

Arkansas Nuclear One was rated as the worst performing nuclear power plant out of the 100 nuclear power plants in the country. The plant’s two nuclear reactors provide about 61 percent of the electricity that its parent company Entergy Arkansas produces in one year. Nuclear One is the only plant currently ranked... Read More


 

Bailey & Oliver’s 3rd Annual BONANZA is Tomorrow, Friday, May 8th, 2015

The countdown is on for the 3rd Annual Bailey & Oliver BONANZA! The western-themed event runs from 3p-8p Friday, May 8th at Sach Oliver’s ranch. It’s an exciting fundraising event featuring food, fun and live music. And this year’s BONANZA marks a special fundraising milestone for the Bailey & Oliver’s... Read More


 

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May marks Motorcycle Awareness Month. But, at Bailey & Oliver, we like to underscore the idea that EVERY day calls for motorcycle awareness. If you or a loved one has sustained an injury in an Arkansas motorcycle crash, you may have grounds for legal action against the negligent party. For more information call 479-202-5200. Motorcycle... Read More


 

Safety Directors on Construction Sites Could Save Lives

Does the presence of a safety director reduce accidents and injuries on a construction site? This is the question posed in a recent article published by ArkansasBusiness.com. In it, Bailey & Oliver attorney Sach Oliver weighs in on the notion that a dedicated safety advocate may prevent workers from harm. Last... Read More


 

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