2014 Arkansas Code
Title 21 - Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Subchapter 6 - Arkansas Whistle-Blower Act
§ 21-1-606 - Attorney's fees.
(a) A court may order that reasonable attorney's fees and court costs be awarded to an employer if the court determines that an action brought by a public employee under this subchapter is without basis in law or fact.
(b) A public employee shall not be assessed attorney's fees under this section if, after exercising reasonable and diligent efforts after filing the suit, the public employee files a voluntary nonsuit concerning the employer within sixty (60) calendar days after determining that the employer would not be liable for damages.
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