An interesting case from the Tennessee Supreme Court. In the Tennessee medical malpractice statute, plaintiffs are prohibited from telling the jury how much they are asking for. This prohibition is usually interpreted as forbidding the plaintiff even from stating in
Here’s a 9 minute animated movie explaining the Health Care reform package pretty well.
Of Counsel lawyer Brett D. Stokes has had a notable victory up in the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Here are the basic facts: The matter is a divorce case where the Wife denied that the parties were married. The Husband
Slovis, Rutherford & Weinstein will be at the Tennessee Valley Fair, in the Jacob Building, from September 10 through 19. We’ll be in Booth 79. Take a look at our flyer. Come on out and say hello!
From the CBC: Hamas, which does not recognize a place for a Jewish state in the predominantly Muslim Middle East, won Palestinian parliamentary elections in 2006 and overran Gaza in 2007, expelling forces loyal to Abbas. Before the Washington talks