We recently filed a Rule 9 Application on behalf of our client in this
Legislation is currently pending in the General Assembly to modify the Traumatic Brain Injury Residential Housing Act of 2012, P.C. 1086 ("TBI-RHA"), by removing its current limit of 8 disabled adults.
Firm founder, Ben M. Rose, was recently quoted in this article appearing on Fingercheck.com regarding employee breaks. Here is the text of the article:
A Tennesse Circuit Court Judge has enforced a minor liability waiver and granted interlocutory review in a case of first impression. Read the full blog post here.
The proposed rules governing TBI-RHA homes were approved by the Joint Government Operations Committee yesterday. Here is the link to the video.
On the heels of the firm’s recent victory in Seyi-America, Inc. v. Stamtec, Inc., in the U.S.
A Tennessee Chancellor, Larry B. Stanley, recently granted interlocutory review to a firm client in a case involving application of the Hague Convention.
The firm's decision in Continental Casualty Company v. Theraco, Inc., 437 S.W.3d 841 (Tenn. Ct. App. 2014), was recently cited by the prestigious insurance law publication, Couch on Insurance.
Firm founder, Ben M. Rose, was quoted in an article regarding franchises that appeared in entrepreneurs, a publication of the Nashville Post. Check it out here.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals recently issued its opinion in F&M Marketing Services, Inc. v.