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HSVPOA Board Retains Rose Law Firm

By Cheryl Dowden, April 26, 2020

Diana Podawiltz, Chair of the HSVPOA Board of Directors, made an important announcement on April 20, 2020, at the Special Board Meeting when she revealed the engagement of Rose Law Firm as HSVPOA’s counsel.

This decision was made by the new Board in an Executive Board Session held earlier that day. The POA Bylaws state legal matters are not to be dealt with in public Board Meetings. (Please reference HSVPOA Bylaws, Article IX, Section 3.)

Chair Podawiltz announced, “since this is the first public meeting following today’s Executive Session, I need to announce that we voted to approve the following motion:

“To approve the engagement of Rose Law Firm as counsel to the Hot Springs Village Board of Directors for the purpose of providing the Board with the resources, advice, and opinions for any and all matters requiring legal counsel that come before the Board of Directors of Hot Springs Village Property Owners’ Association.

“The vote was conducted by roll call, voting yes were Directors Denger, Garrison, Omohundro, Sherman and Podawiltz.

“Voting no were Directors Campagna and Luehring.”

About Rose Law Firm

“Rose Law Firm, the oldest law firm west of the Mississippi River, traces its origin to November 1, 1820, before Arkansas statehood, when Robert Crittenden and Chester Ashley entered into an agreement for a “Partnership in the Practice of Law.” This partnership agreement hangs on the wall of the firm’s boardroom as a reminder of our long and storied history.

“Our mission is to create long-term value for our clients by providing innovative, personalized legal solutions delivered through our commitment to excellence.”


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