QGT attorneys Ann Carol Farmer and Sarah Keith-Bolden have articles appearing in the Summer 2020 issue of The Arkansas Community Banker, the official publication of the Arkansas Community Bankers Association.
Sarah’s article, COVID-19 and Federal Antidiscrimination Laws, provides some guidelines for banks and other employers faced with decisions about how to respond when an employee has symptoms of, tests positive for, or is exposed to COVID-19. Ann Carol’s article, Arkansas Supreme Court Pierces Corporate Veil, summarizes an Arkansas Supreme Court ruling in a recent intercreditor dispute finding that “first in time” still means “first in right”, even with different corporate forms.
Both of these articles can be found on our Publications page.
Sarah Keith-Bolden is a member at Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where her practice focuses on commercial litigation and appeals. Ms. Keith-Bolden can be reached at sbolden@QGTLAW.com or 501-379-1789.
Ann Carol Farmer is an Associate Attorney at Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where she concentrates her practice on real estate and corporate transactions. She can be reached at afarmer@QGTLAW.com or 479-444-5211.
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