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Disability Offsets: Traps for the Unwary Attorney -- and Tips for Avoiding Them

Tuesday, May 13

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and learn how to avoid traps when it comes to Social Security Disability Insurance benefits.

 

Transvaginal Mesh and Bladder Slings: Concerns and Legal Remedies

Thursday, May 15

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and get up to date on the impact of transvaginal mesh and bladder sling cases with this interactive webinar for both Tennessee and Alabama attorneys.

 

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Medical Malpractice Conference for Tennessee Attorneys
May 2, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN

 


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Tennessee Attorney Technology Conference: Applying the Latest Tools for Successful Practice Development, Case Management, and Client Service
May 9, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN
 



Tennessee Automobile Accident Law Conference
September 26, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN
 



Probate & Estate Planning Conference for Tennessee Attorneys
October 23-24, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN
 



Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners
November 13-14, 2014
Marriott Cool Springs/Franklin
Franklin, TN
 



Tennessee Workers' Comp Conference
November 20-21, 2014
Embassy Suites Nashville South/Cool Springs
Franklin, TN
 



Family Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners
December 4-5, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN
 



Tennessee Real Estate Law Conference
December 12, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN

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Specialists Join Call for Veto of Drug Bill

Women’s rights and medical groups have called on Gov. Bill Haslam of Tennessee to veto legislation that would allow criminal assault charges to be filed against women who use illegal drugs during pregnancy. Critics say the measure will harm babies because pregnant women will be afraid to seek medical care.

Tennessee House panel kills open-carry gun bill

The sponsor of the controversial no-permit, open-carry gun bill said Monday night he’s ending his efforts to call the bill directly to the House floor after a subcommittee killed the bill.

Victims wait on untested rape kits

She was raped at knifepoint at age 16, but brave enough to endure the uncomfortable and intrusive process of giving police in Memphis evidence through a rape kit. For Meaghan Ybos' bravery, that rape kit sat untested for nine years and her rapist lived freely.

Gay marriage appeals move issue back toward high court

For the first time since the Supreme Court issued two major rulings last June, federal appeals courts are hearing cases on the legalization of same-sex marriage.

Senate authorizes electric chair for executions

The Senate has voted to allow the state to electrocute death row inmates if lethal injection drugs cannot be obtained.

Ethics rulings tell lawyers to seek security when in the cloud

New ethics rules require lawyers to be technologically competent and aware of the ethical implications of cloud computing. But what exactly constitutes technological competence? And how far must a lawyer who stores data in the cloud go to protect client confidences from inadvertent or unauthorized access or disclosure?

Ex-conservator's control over couple fed 'evil desires'

Citing "the horrific abuse of power and misuse of trust by a court-appointed conservator," a federal judge in Nashville has awarded nearly $700,000 to a mentally disabled Clay County couple victimized by sexual and financial abuse for more than six years.

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