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Business Formations in Tennessee: Incorporate or Not?

Wednesday, September 14

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TennCare: Tips and Traps for Tennessee Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys

Tuesday, September 20

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Gain CLE and learn the TennCare and Medicare eligibility requirements your aging clients will need to consider as you make estate planning recommendations.

 

Your Clients' New Overtime Challenges: Compliance and Risk Assessment Counsel Tips

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Gain CLE and insights into new overtime regulations affecting your clients' employee practices.

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Chief Justice Lee Designates Judges to Hear Judge Sammons' Cases in Campbell County General Sessions Court

Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Sharon Lee has filed a standing order for substitute judges in light of the recent indictment and suspension of Campbell County General Sessions Judge Amanda Sammons.

Campbell County Judge indicted, suspended from bench

A Campbell County judge was indicted Wednesday on four felony charges and temporarily suspended from the bench.

Haslam Appoints Bill Young Chancellor in 20th Judicial District

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today appointed Bill Young of Nashville as chancellor in the 20th Judicial District, which serves Davidson County.  Young replaces retiring Chancellor Carol McCoy, effective September 1.

Judge Freiberg Plans Mental Health Court in 10th Judicial District

Circuit Court Judge Andrew Freiberg has to deal with all types of criminal offenders, with many who may take part in offenses due to mental health issues.

Justice Bivins Elected by Colleagues to Serve as Chief Justice of Tennessee Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has elected Justice Jeff Bivins to be the next chief justice of the Court. Justice Bivins was unanimously elected by the Court to a term that begins September 1.

Bankruptcy blues: Tennessee leads nation in personal filings per capita

By several metrics, Tennessee's economy is one of the nation's healthiest, with growing exports and the highest rate of advanced industry job growth of any state.

Nashville marijuana decriminalization bill survives first vote

A proposal to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana in Nashville survived an unexpected roll-call first vote in the Metro Council Tuesday night.

 

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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