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Trust Instead of A Will? The Crucial Client Counsel Update for Tennessee Attorneys

Wednesday, April 19

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

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and learn the latest Tennessee estate planning issues and challenges related to trusts.


Email, Social Media, Texts, and Video: How to Find and Use Electronic Evidence to Win Your Case

Thursday, April 20

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

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and learn the latest electronic evidence techniques for Tennessee and Alabama attorneys.


Medicare Secondary Payer Act: What Attorneys Must Know

Thursday, April 27

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

90 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and learn the latest Medicare Secondary Payer case management solutions for Tennessee and Alabama attorneys.

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Justice Department: Federal review of MPD back in the works

The U.S. Department of Justice said on the morning of  March 3 it was ending its federal review of the Memphis Police Department, but by the afternoon the federal agency reversed its stance , saying  the review is now back on track.

Senate committee OKs Beavers' resolution on attorney general election

 A resolution that would allow Tennessee voters to decide if they want to popularly elect the state’s attorney general is headed to the Senate floor for a final vote after the Senate Judiciary Committee approved it.

Tennessee AG: Abortion bill 'constitutionally suspect'

The Tennessee Attorney General has said the core of abortion-related legislation before the General Assembly is "constitutionally suspect," though some aspects of the bill are defensible. In a new opinion, state Attorney General Hebert Slatery said "the proposed prohibition on abortion, absent a medical emergency, after the detection of a fetal heartbeat and before viability of the fetus, is constitutionally suspect."

Haslam legislative package filed

On Febuary 7, Gov. Bill Haslam pushed his plans for an increase in the state's gas and diesel taxes at the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, just a few hours before the actual legislation was filed. But the bill filed for the IMPROVE Act, which includes the gas tax, is still just a caption bill, meaning the exact specifics of the legislation are still unknown.

GOP lawmaker files bill to repeal new Nashville, Memphis marijuana laws

Following through on a threat, Tennessee Republican lawmakers have introduced state legislation to nullify partial marijuana decriminalization laws passed in Nashville and Memphis last year.

U.S. Attorney announces resignation

U.S. Attorney Edward L. Stanton III announced his resignation on Feb. 1, effective on Feb. 28. Stanton served as the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee after six and a half years in office, starting in August 2010, according to a news release.

Kevin Sharp's departure gives Trump chance to reshape Nashville court

The chief federal judge in Nashville will resign in April, curtailing the lifetime appointment after just six years and giving President Donald Trump an opportunity to change the tenor of the court.