Tort Law Blog: Better Late Than Never
April Edition of Tennessee Tort Law Letter Available
In the April 2016 edition of the Tennessee Tort Letter, your editors
address developments in Tennessee law, including new cases discussing ATVs and the recreational use law and the “ordinary negligence exception” as applied to a healthcare liability case. To learn about subscribing, click here.
Margaret L. Behm Honored at Lawyers’ Association for Women Banquet
At its April 20 annual meeting and banquet, the Lawyers’ Association for Women, Marion Griffin Chapter, presented Margaret L. Behm with the Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey Award, recognizing Margaret’s achievements in and service to the legal profession, especially in the areas of promoting women.
Tort Law Blog: Tennessee Court of Appeals Rejects “Preemption Rule “
Tracy D. Kane’s Article “Unwell” Featured in April 2016 Nashville Bar Journal
In the April edition of the Nashville Bar Journal, Tracy D. Kane asks, “You may be fit, but are you well?”
On the DPBC Tort Law Blog: Does Oral Argument Really Matter?
Donald Capparella and Elizabeth Sitgreaves address when and how oral argument can make a difference on appeal.
Capparella Featured Speaker at “Tennessee Court of Appeals Academy”
Donald Capparella was a featured panelist at the Tennessee Bar Association’s “Tennessee Court of Appeals Academy” in Memphis on April 1, 2016. Capparella provided tips and instruction on how to be an effective advocate for clients during oral argument on appeal.
New Blog Post on “Relation Back Rule”
On the DPBC Law Blog, a review of recent case law on the relation back rule.