In 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act required all public and private medical providers to implement and show “meaningful use” of electronic medical records (EMR) by 2014. The Act originally provided $19.2 billion in incentives for providers that could attest “meaningful use” of electronic medical records. However, the Act also imposed a penalty on [
At least two judges think so.
The Arkansas Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion in Multi-Craft Contractors, Inc. v. Yousey, regarding a serious injury sustained at work. The issue before the Court was whether the evidence was sufficient for the Workers’ Compensation Commission to award permanent-impairment benefits for a brain injury.
Mr. Yousey was seriously injured [
Last year, the federal Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule that bars any nursing home that receives federal funds from requiring its residents to settle disputes through arbitration, rather than the public court system. For years, nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the country have fallen back on arbitration to settle [
by admin on July 14, 2017 in News
Former Arkansas and Ole Miss Head Football Coach Houston Nutt filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday, seeking compensatory and punitive damages for breach of contract. The suit named the University of Mississippi, the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation, and The Board of Trustees for Institutions of Higher Learning as defendants. The allegations in the lawsuit are [
Why do I need an attorney if I'm guilty? What do you typically tell your clients that feel they may be guilty and don't need an attorney?
Andrew Miller: Well in some cases they may be right. It depends on what the nature of the charge is, for example a speeding ticket. Do I need a [
Contributed by Stephen Butler
Have you been looking forward to the day you can retire, perhaps turn your business over to a son or daughter, or sell it? Even if you are not planning to stop working, you need to plan for the day you cannot run your business due to unforeseen illness or death. Most [
by admin on May 9, 2017 in News
ROGERS ATTORNEY APPOINTED TO REPRESENT ARKANSAS BAR ASSOCIATION ON ARKANSAS ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOUNDATION BOARD
Kristin Pawlik, of Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik, PLLC, Accepted Appointment to Foundation Board
Rogers, AR. - May -, 2017
Kristin Pawlik, of Northwest Arkansas law firm Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik (K.M.B.S.P), with locations in Rogers and Fayetteville, has [
by admin on April 10, 2017 in News
For Immediate Release
ROGERS LAW FIRM SPONSORS NOAH 5K ANTONY MEMORIAL RUN HOSTED BY ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik, Sponsors 5k and Race Events Honoring Noah Antony
Rogers, AR. - March-, 2017
Northwest Arkansas law firm Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik (KMBSP), with locations in Rogers and Fayetteville, will sponsor the Noah [
As spring break swiftly approaches, the parents of young adults experience a mixed bag of emotions.
It can be exciting to see your children branching out and becoming successful adults in their own right — a time full of hard work and self-discovery that hopefully lays the groundwork for a fulfilling career in the coming years.
For Immediate Release
ROGERS ATTORNEY SPEAKS ON ETHICS AT ARKANSAS TRIAL LAWYERS ACADEMY
Sean T. Keith, of Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik, PLLC, to Speak at Event in Hot Springs
Sean T. Keith, of Northwest Arkansas law firm Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik (K.M.B.S.P), with locations in Rogers and Fayetteville, will speak at an Arkansas [