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Bayer Settles Roundup Cancer Lawsuits for Over $10 Billion

Roundup July 1st, 2020

After facing thousands of lawsuits for claims that its herbicide, Roundup, causes cancer, Bayer has agreed to settle for over $10 billion to resolve them. The decision to settle the cases was based on the company’s desire to end a long period of uncertainty, according to Bayer CEO, Werner Baumann. “The decision to resolve the…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses COVID-19 Accident Stats and Summer Driving Safety Tips on Good Day NWA

Caddell Reynolds on Good Day NWA June 26th, 2020

Despite the decrease in driving and miles driven for Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic, some states saw an increase in car wreck fatalities compared to previous years, and Arkansas was one of them. John Gore, attorney at Caddell Reynolds, visited the set of Good Day NWA to discuss these facts and summer driving safety tips. A video…

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Caddell Reynolds is First in AR to File New Chapter 11 Subchapter V

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy May 15th, 2020

Caddell Reynolds filed the first Subchapter V of Chapter 11 case in Arkansas history in March. First enacted in February 2020 through The Small Business Reorganization Act, this new subchapter is intended to give more small businesses a chance at reorganizing instead of simply liquidating. The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) was signed into law…

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What to Know About the Recall of Belviq (Lorcaserin)

Belviq Recall May 11th, 2020

According to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), after five years of research, Belviq and Belviq XR have been found to increase the risk of cancer in those who take the medication. In response to this discovery, the administration has pulled all Belviq and lorcaserin products from the U.S. market as of February. Cancers Associated with…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses Tips for Those Financially Affected By COVID-19 On Good Day NWA

Caddell Reynolds on Good Day NWA April 24th, 2020

Many residents in Arkansas and Oklahoma have been financially affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Just during the last week in March a whopping 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment. That brings the two-week total to about 10 million people filing for unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic. Bill Reynolds, of Caddell Reynolds, joined Good Day NWA…

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Caddell Reynolds Helps Make Bankruptcy Filings More Accessible During COVID-19 Pandemic

Lady Justice April 7th, 2020

Our attorney, Joel Hargis, having seen a critical hurdle in the filing process, worked with Arkansas judges on a major change in the ruling which makes the bankruptcy filing process not only easier, but safer during the COVID-19 crisis. After we made a plea on April 2, the courts released a statement on April 3 that…

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Bill Payments May Be Paused for Those Impacted by COVID-19

COVID-19 March 24th, 2020

No matter where you live in Arkansas or Oklahoma, you have undoubtedly been impacted by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. While the U.S. government rightly continues to focus on the health and safety of its citizens, requiring non-life-sustaining businesses to close, many families and individuals are finding themselves in difficult financial situations: Many people live paycheck…

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Coronavirus Resources Every Arkansas & Oklahoma Resident Should Know About

Coronavirus March 18th, 2020

The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) across the United States – and the world – has brought with it much illness and uncertainty. But if that’s not bad enough, it has also continued to cause an avalanche of economic repercussions.  With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warning people to socially distance themselves…

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Sharing the Roads with Tractor Trailers

Caddell Reynolds Good Day NWA March 3rd, 2020

While cars bring an inherent risk due to their size and weight, trucks and tractor-trailers carry an even greater risk. That’s why John Gore, attorney at Caddell Reynolds, visited the set of Good Day NWA to discuss safety tips when sharing the roads with tractor trailers. A video clip of his appearance is available below. In 2017, 72…

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Can Bankruptcy Erase Your Student Loans?

Student Loans and bankruptcy February 26th, 2020

There’s no doubt that student debt is a huge financial burden. Many of us are even stuck paying it over the course of two decades. But what happens when you file for bankruptcy? Can your student loans be discharged too? For most people who file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is hard…

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Common Causes of Tractor Trailer Accidents

Tractor Trailer February 14th, 2020

While auto vehicles bring with them an inherent risk due to their size and weight, trucks and tractor-trailers carry an even greater risk. In 2017, 72 percent of people killed in large-truck crashes were occupants of other vehicles. This was up 9 percent from 2016. The average passenger vehicle weighs about 2.5 tons, while the…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses Super Bowl Safety Tips On Good Day NWA

Super Bowl Safety 2020 on Good Day NWA January 27th, 2020

This weekend includes one of the most anticipated days of the year for sports fans. Super Bowl Sunday is a great time to come together at a friend or family member’s home and cheer on your favorite team. But while the day can be a lot of fun, it can also prove extremely dangerous for…

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