December 3, 2012
Knoxville News Sentinel | December 3, 2012
A two-year-old law that limits damages that can be awarded in lawsuits is likely headed for a courtroom.
October 5, 2012
American Lawyer | Subscription Required | October 5, 2012
Plaintiffs lawyers led by Joseph Sellers of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll and Brad Seligman of the Impact Fund in Berkeley filed suits against Wal-Mart in two more federal district courts this week, further advancing their long-standing claims that the retailer discriminates against women workers throughout the country.
Associated Press | October 5, 2012
The state Supreme Court has ruled that refiled medical malpractice lawsuits must follow new state laws. The high court in a unanimous opinion Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by Curtis Myers, who alleged medical malpractice after he suffered a stroke in 2006.
October 3, 2012
Washington Post | October 3, 2012
Three Tennessee women sued Wal-Mart Inc. on Tuesday claiming they lost pay and promotion opportunities because of their gender.
August 30, 2012
Legal Newsline | August 30, 2012
The Tennessee Supreme Court this week sided with a patient in a lawsuit filed by two doctors alleging malicious prosecution.
August 24, 2012
Washington Post | August 24, 2012
The Tennessee Valley Authority is liable for a huge spill of toxin-laden sludge in 2008 in Tennessee, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
August 7, 2012
National Law Journal | August 7, 2012
Gibson Guitar Corp. has agreed to pay the federal government $300,000 to resolve a criminal case that alleged the popular musical instrument maker illegally purchased and imported ebony wood from Madagascar and rosewood from India.
July 24, 2012
Knoxville News | July 24, 2012
Eleven of Tennessee's 12 Court of Appeals judges have declined to be involved in an appeal of John Jay Hooker's latest effort to invalidate the state's system for selecting appeals court judges.
July 23, 2012
Wall Street Journal | July 23, 2012
Making its way through the House of Representatives is a bill that could help prevent companies from experiencing what happened to mine last Aug. 24. Without warning, 30 federal agents with guns and bulletproof vests stormed our guitar factories in Tennessee. They shut down production, sent workers home, seized boxes of raw materials and nearly 100 guitars, and ultimately cost our company $2 million to $3 million worth of products and lost productivity. Why? We imported wood from India to make guitars in America.
July 3, 2012
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