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Data Breach and Privacy Law: What Tennessee Attorneys Must Know

Tuesday, April 26

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

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and learn the latest cybersecurity and data breach developments, to better help clients meet their changing compliance requirements and respond to the legal repercussions.

Types of Damages in Personal Injury Suits: Essential Practice Tips for Tennessee Attorneys

Thursday, April 28

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Gain CLE and learn the various types of damages available in Tennessee litigation.\

Termination of Parental Rights in Tennessee: In re Carrington H. and More

Tuesday, May 24

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

60 Minute Audio Conference

Gain CLE and learn the latest parental rights termination developments, to better advise clients both fighting and pursuing an order of termination.

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Judge Dyer Confirmed in Vote of Joint Session of Tennessee General Assembly

The newest member of the Court of Criminal Appeals was confirmed Monday night during a joint session of the Tennessee General Assembly. J. Ross Dyer of Memphis became the first CCA judge to go through the confirmation process enacted earlier this year.

Tennessee Court of Appeals Implements New Process for Rotating Judges on Panels

The Tennessee Court of Appeals has restructured how it assigns cases to panels, providing more rotation of judges on cases from different parts of the state..

AP's 'winners and losers' list fot the 2016 TN legislative session

As the Tennessee General Assembly adjourned for the year on Friday, here is a look at some of the winning and losing legislation from this year’s session.

Judge upholds vote count on Tennessee abortion ballot measure

In a victory for abortion opponents and Tennessee election officials, a Williamson County judge on Thursday upheld the state's method of counting votes on the 2014 controversial abortion measure Amendment 1.

Legislature approves bill to let therapists shun patients

A Tennessee bill that would allow mental health therapists to turn away patients based on the counselors’ religious beliefs and personal principles passed Monday and is on its way to the governor.

GOP Senate OKs Obama judicial nominee for Tennessee

The Republican-led Senate easily confirmed President Barack Obama's pick for a Tennessee federal judgeship on Monday, even as the GOP maintained its blockade against considering Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy.

AMemphis judge hears cases on the constitutionality of gang injunctions

Environmental Court Judge Larry Potter heard arguments Tuesday over the constitutionality of injunctions that restrict alleged gang members from publicly associating with each other in court-ordered safety zones.

 

Tennessee residents who lost their homes to for
eclosure with Ocwen Loan Servicing will receive
a check this month for approximately $1,100 as a
part of the National Ocwen Settlement. The
payments will total $2.6 million for Tennessee.
A joint survey from the National Association of Law Placement and the American Bar Foundation has found that the legal profession is still struggling to find race and gender equality, according The National Law Journal. - See more at: http://www.jdjournal.com/2014/10/27/joint-study-finds-racial-and-gender-inequality-still-present-in-legal-industry/?hvid=3lUsIA#sthash.VTZlv1Me.dpuf
A joint study between the National Association for Law Placement and the American Bar Association has found that racial and gender inequality is still present in the legal industry. - See more at: http://www.jdjournal.com/2014/10/27/joint-study-finds-racial-and-gender-inequality-still-present-in-legal-industry/?hvid=3lUsIA#sthash.VTZlv1Me.dpuf
A joint study between the National Association for Law Placement and the American Bar Association has found that racial and gender inequality is still present in the legal industry. - See more at: http://www.jdjournal.com/2014/10/27/joint-study-finds-racial-and-gender-inequality-still-present-in-legal-industry/?hvid=3lUsIA#sthash.VTZlv1Me.dpuf
A joint study between the National Association for Law Placement and the American Bar Association has found that racial and gender inequality is still present in the legal industry. - See more at: http://www.jdjournal.com/2014/10/27/joint-study-finds-racial-and-gender-inequality-still-present-in-legal-industry/?hvid=3lUsIA#sthash.VTZlv1Me.dpuf
A joint study between the National Association for Law Placement and the American Bar Association has found that racial and gender inequality is still present in the legal industry. - See more at: http://www.jdjournal.com/2014/10/27/joint-study-finds-racial-and-gender-inequality-still-present-in-legal-industry/?hvid=3lUsIA#sthash.VTZlv1Me.d
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