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Drafting a Will? Watch out for Beneficiary Designations Made Prior to Divorce or Annulment

Capparella, Christy Lead CLE Benefiting Nashville Shakespeare Festival

Donald Capparella and Miranda Christy led a continuing legal education presentation of “A Comedy of Ethics” on May 26 at the HCA Auditorium in Nashville.   Judge Joseph A. Woodruff of the 21st Judicial District joined Capparella, Christy, and performers from the internationally-renowned Nashville Shakespeare Festival in exploring William Shakespeare’s most notorious ethical challenges.

The event was sponsored by Dodson Parker Behm & Capparella, PC and HCA.  Proceeds benefited the the Nashville Shakespeare Festival.

Five Dodson Parker Attorneys Named to 2017 Nashville Best of the Bar

The Nashville Business Journal’s annual Best of the Bar List has been released, and five DPBC attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion on the list.

 

 

Margaret L. Behm  (Labor & Employment)
Donald Capparella (Litigation & Dispute)
Miranda Christy    (Real Estate)
Harlan Dodson (Estate Planning)
Tyler Chance Yarbro (Litigation & Dispute)

Each attorney has previously been named to the Best of the Bar List in prior years.

Behm Featured Panelist at First Tennessee’s “Women Wisdom & Wit”

DPBC Managing Partner Margaret L. Behm participated in First Tennessee Bank’s 2017 “Women Wisdom & Wit” series as a panelist. Behm addressed the topic “Leading through Change: Leveraging Life Transitions to Get What You Want.” The panel discussion took place Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at the Cal Turner Family Center at Meharry Medical College.

New Tort Law Blog Post

Settlement Agreement Enforceable; Attorney Emails Are the Proof

Behm Delivers Speech to JSA Foundation Scholarship Recipients

The JSA Foundation, a non-profit organization established in 1982, held its annual scholarship luncheon on May 10, 2017.  Margaret L. Behm, a founding board member of the organization, spoke to recognize the scholarship participants and honor Dr. June S. Anderson, who established the scholarships to encourage women who are returning to school to pursue nontraditional fields of study such as science, engineering, and business administration. The JSA Foundation Scholarships enable women to attend Middle Tennessee State University. The school’s Center for Women and Nontraditional Students is named in honor of June Anderson.

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