It is with heavy hearts that Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C. announces the passing of colleague and friend, Donna Smith Galchus. Donna passed away on December 4, 2016, after a brief illness, surrounded by family and friends.

Donna was a founding member of CGWG where she practiced labor and employment law and immigration law. She was a loving mother, wife, and friend whose integrity earned her respect with clients and high regard within the legal community.

Her strong work ethic and involvement within the legal profession and community were hallmarks of her personality. She will truly be missed by all who knew her.

Welcome to Cross, Gunter, Witherspoon & Galchus, P.C.

CGWG is one of the most prominent law firms in Arkansas, with attorneys in Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas. We practice as labor and employment lawyers and immigration lawyers, in addition to a number of other areas. These areas include insurance defense, construction, health care, products liability, transportation, commercial litigation, financial institutions, estate planning and elder law, and government and municipal law.

CGWG stands out amongst Arkansas attorneys. Our lawyers represent union and non-union companies locally, regionally and nationally – from Little Rock to Northwest Arkansas to Fort Smith to Jonesboro and beyond. CGWG has been named a top Arkansas law firm by Chambers & Partners multiple times for our work as labor and employment attorneys, as well as immigration attorneys. In addition, four members of our law firm have been named leaders in their fields by Chambers & Partners.

CGWG also represents Arkansas lawyers well on the list of the Best Lawyers in America with seven of our attorneys earning recognition. Likewise, CGWG was the first law firm ever named Business of the Year by Arkansas Business. And CGWG has been honored as an Ambassador at the Governor’s Work-Life Balance Awards after earning Gold-level distinction for three consecutive years.

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Marijuana in the Workplace: What Every Employer Should Know

Event Date: January 12, 2017

The legalization of medical marijuana in Arkansas creates employment issues that employers must be willing to navigate carefully.  Determining whether to discharge an employee for a positive marijuana drug test or whether and how to accommodate a worker’s use of marijuana under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can be … Read More »

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