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Our recent win in Continental Casualty Company v. Theraco, Inc., 437 S.W.3d 841 (Tenn. Ct. App. 2014), has generated some interest in the Tennessee legislature.

I am so proud of Ravenwood High School's mock trial team for winning the district competition on Saturday. They also won awards for best attorney and best witness. I have had the pleasure of coaching the team since 2004. During that time, they have won three championships and counting.

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The Nashville Scene recently reported that the DeSoto settlement resolution has been deferred by Metro Council.  Here is relevant portion of their story:  The council deferred the proposed settlement in the federal lawsuit over former Parks Police Officer Pamela DeSoto's discrimination claims.

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This recent article in the Tennessean suggests that a new anti-bullying policy proposed for Nashville parks may be related to the DeSoto cases.  What do you think?

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This recent Tennessean article regarding UT Knoxville shows why competent legal representation in TItle IX matters involving sexual assault is needed now more than

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POSTED BY STEVEN HALE ON THU, FEB 12, 2015 AT 9:00 AM

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The resolution approving the DeSoto settlement is set to be heard on the Consent Calendar by the Metro Council on February 17.

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With the recent addition of Josh Arters, we are updating our webpage. It is hard to believe it has almost been two years since the new law firm began representing clients. We are adding a Blog together with other improvements. Some have already been made and others are yet to come.

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An interesting article recently appeared on the Brentwood Home Page regarding the Gold Rush Store. Check it out here.

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This story which has now become national news about yesterday's criminal convictions in Nashville should all make us wonder if Vanderbilt could have done more to prevent this unfortunate tragedy.

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