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Kicked Out of School: Charter Schools and Expulsion Law
November 4, 2014   By: Ryan Holt
Hybrid creatures have a long history.  In Greek mythology, there was Pegasus, a horse with the wings of a bird that was said to create Read More

Unearthing the Dead
October 29, 2014   By: Lisa Helton
You never know what – or who – lies beneath the surface.  Imagine you are engaged in construction, landscaping, or some other improvement to real Read More

Seriously. New Supreme Court Ruling Says Summary Judgment Orders MUST Comply with Rule 56.04. Part 2 of 2
October 24, 2014
Note:  This blog post is an excerpt from an article published in the October 2014 issue of the Tennessee Bar Journal and is reproduced here Read More

To Self-Disclose, or Not, that is the Question
October 22, 2014   By: Cornell Kennedy
In September 2010, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) established the Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol (“SRDP”) in response to the Patient Protection and Read More

Drafting and Negotiating Physician Employment Agreements – Part 3
October 17, 2014   By: Mark Ison
Note:   This is the third in a series of posts that will examine various aspects of drafting and negotiating physician employment agreements in detail.  Read More

Hospital-Physician Alignment: Current Intelligence and Pitfalls
October 15, 2014   By: Tracy Powell
This blog post is a summary of a recent Webinar jointly sponsored by the ABA Center for Professional Development and the ABA Health Law Section Read More

Reaching and protecting assets held by a Tennessee LLC – Part 2
October 10, 2014   By: Mike Abelow
In my last blog post, I discussed the rights of a creditor when the debtor owns interests in an LLC.  Can the creditor reach the Read More

Seriously. New Supreme Court Ruling Says Summary Judgment Orders MUST Comply with Rule 56.04. Part 1 of 2
October 8, 2014
Note:  This blog post is an excerpt from an article published in the October 2014 issue of the Tennessee Bar Journal and is reproduced here Read More

So You Want to Subpoena Facebook Content…
October 3, 2014   By: Ryan Holt
Social media is a great source of proof in litigation.  Think about a personal injury case where the plaintiff posted pictures online showing he isn’t Read More

How to Assure that your Settlement Payment is Tax Deductible
October 1, 2014   By: Carolyn Schott
What should your settlement agreement say with respect to the tax treatment of settlement payments?  The answer now, following the recent holding in Fresenius Medical Read More

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