Sometimes a slip and fall is really just a slip and fall…
On the DPBC blog, new Court of Appeals ruling in which the plaintiff unsuccessfully asserts the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur in a slip-and-fall case.
View the post here.
Henry Leads Seminar “Contract Law for Family Lawyers”
On July 27, DPBC’s Candi Henry lead “Contract Law for Tennessee Family Lawyers: Essential Principles for Enforcement of Prenups and MDAs,” a continuing legal education seminar presented by Tennessee Attorneys Memo.
Henry will also present at the 11th Annual Family Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners in October at Nashville School of Law.
July Issue of Tennessee Tort Law Letter Available
In the latest edition of the Tennessee Tort Letter, your editors address developments in Tennessee law
in healthcare liability, personal injury, malicious prosecution, and more. To learn about subscribing, click here.
New Case Law Impacts Collateral Source Rule
On the DPBC Tort Law Blog, new case law impacting the collateral source rule.
The Long and the Tort of It
On the DPBC Tort Law Blog, some recent developments in tort law from the Tennessee General Assembly…
Kane’s “Unwell” Article Printed in Special Edition of Board Notes
Tracy D. Kane’s article “Unwell: Lawyers and the Art of Practicing Wellness” was re-printed in a special edition of Board Notes, the publication of the Board of Professional Responsibility. The publication was a unique collaboration between the Board of Professional Responsibility, the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program, the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners, and the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and can be viewed here.
Kane to Chair TPAC Gala
Tracy D. Kane has been named co-chair of the 2016 Tennessee Performing Arts Center Gala along with Julie Allen This year’s theme, “Something Rotten” pays homage to the Broadway blockbuster of the same name and will take place August 27. TPAC celebrated the kickoff to its gala with a June 28 event at Nashville architecture firm ESa. Pictures of the event are featured in The Tennesseean.
Kane, a member of the Board of TPAC, focuses her law practice on helping businesses and non-profits develop, operate, and grow their organizations.