On June 27, 2013, the Arkansas Supreme Court handed down welcome news to a certain group of class-action law firms.
The state's highest court unanimously reversed and remanded a decision from Washington County Circuit Court in a lawsuit involving Internet privacy against the TV Guide company.
Judge Josephine L. Hart.
CASH AND THE COURT
Six law firms' total contributions to Arkansas Supreme Court races by candidate, 2004-14
Justice Courtney Goodson: $142,500 | [DETAILS]
Court of Appeals Judge Raymond Abramson: $82,050 | [DETAILS]
Justice Karen Baker: $66,000 | [DETAILS]
Former Justice Jim Gunter: $27,619 | [DETAILS]
Circuit Judge Tim Fox: $26,000 | [DETAILS]
Justice Robin Wynne: $25,000 | [DETAILS]
Justice Paul Danielson: $23,500 | [DETAILS]
Justice Josephine Hart: $22,000 | [DETAILS]
Former Chief Justice Jim Hannah: $17,250 | [DETAILS]
Justice Rhonda Wood: $17,000 | [DETAILS]
Former Justice Donald Corbin: $3,000 | [DETAILS]
Arkansas Supreme Court Justices Courtney Goodson (front) and Rhonda Wood enter the state Capitol’s Old Supreme Court Chamber in September before the c...
Miller County Circuit Judge Brent Haltom.
Arkansas Supreme Court Associate Justice Robin Wynne.
Arkansas Supreme Court Associate Justice Rhonda Wood.
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