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Joey McCutchen featured in opinion piece in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

In a new opinion piece published by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, author Mike Masterson discusses attorney Joey McCutchen’s client, Bruce Wade’s Freedom of Information Act case against the city of Fort Smith. In the piece, Masterson refers to attorney McCutchen as a “transparency-lovin’ legal eagle”, and he discusses the proposed settlement that asks for […]

In the News: Attorney McCutchen featured in opinion piece on Arkansas Online

In an opinion piece on Arkansas Online, author Mike Masterson discusses McCutchen & Sexton attorney Joey McCutchen’s involvement in a potential action against the Fort Smith School Board.  An excerpt from the article is included below: “The recent decision by a circuit court judge that found the Fort Smith School Board violated the Freedom of […]

McCutchen & Sexton Founder Receives Advocacy Award

Earlier this month, McCutchen & Sexton founder Joey McCutchen received the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association’s (ATLA) 2017 Roxanne Wilson Advocacy Award, the Southwest Times Record reports. ATLA stated in a press release that they chose McCutchen for this honor because of his “activism in the advancement and improvement of the legal system and the legal […]

Joey McCutchen Named Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association President

McCutchen & Sexton – The Law Firm is proud to announce that our very own Joey McCutchen was recently named the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association President for the upcoming year. In addition to his new title, Joey was awarded the Roxanne Wilson Advocacy Award. This award recognizes an attorney with the values embodied by the Arkansas […]

Joey McCutchen discusses tort reform amendment in ATLA Docket

This election day, Arkansans were set to vote on an amendment to the state’s constitution that would have allowed the state legislature to impose limits on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases and limit attorney contingency fees to one third of the total amount awarded. The proposed amendment met resistance from the Arkansas Bar Association, […]

Joey McCutchen Serving as President-Elect of the ATLA

Joey McCutchen of McCutchen & Sexton – The Law Firm is now President-Elect of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA). The ATLA was incorporated in 1963 and focuses on improving the effectiveness of legal representatives in the state. It offers continuing education to members as well as information sessions for the public. ATLA members practice […]

Fort Smith Superintendent Testifies Regarding Mascot Decision

Fort Smith School District superintendent Benny Gooden recently testified for two hours in a Sebastian County Circuit Court hearing about the June 23rd Fort Smith School Board meeting in which board members voted to do away with “Dixie” as the Southside High School fight song and to also remove the school’s mascot. This hearing was […]

Attorney Joey McCutchen Hosts “Rally for the Rebels”

Next Friday, attorney Joey McCutchen is hosting “Rally for the Rebels” at Southside High School. This rally is a chance for community members to come out and share memories and experiences from their time at Southside High School, as well as provide an opportunity for community members to discuss their thoughts and feelings on the […]

Rally for the Rebels

RALLY FOR THE REBELS Where:  Southside High School Football Stadium Date:  Friday, July 24th Time:  6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. I invite you to share your memories, stories and experiences of Southside High School on our Facebook page AND at the RALLY FOR THE REBELS!  This event is for our entire community.  Let’s show the world that […]

Attorney Joey McCutchen speaks to The City Wire about school board vote

A July 2 article in The City Wire featured an interview with attorney Joey McCutchen of McCutchen & Sexton – The Law Firm. According to the report, a committee of the Fort Smith Public School Board recently voted 6-0 to remove the Rebel as the district’s mascot, as well as remove “Dixie” as the Southside […]