Representing  Small & Medium Businesses  All Across the Volunteer State


Ben M. Rose
As we travel across the State of Tennessee representing litigants in a variety of different matters, we have noticed what appears to be an increased interest in courts sanctioning parties (and unfortunately sometimes their lawyers!)  A quick Westlaw or Lexis search reveals a startling number of
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When I heard about Congressman Jimmy Duncan's retirement after nearly 30 years in the U.S. Congress, it reminded me of a favorite Tennessee political story in which I played a small part.
In 2006, I had the pleasure of representing a private school in a personal injury action, where a student was struck by a foul ball during a baseball game.

A Tennessee Chancellor, Deanna B. Johnson, recently issued the civil death penalty in favor of a firm client in a real estate case. 


One of the primary issues in our upcoming minor liability waiver interlocutory appeal is whether a parent can waive their right to recover a minor's medical expenses after the parent

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The “amusement park doctrine” was developed by the Tennessee Supreme Court in 1945 in Gentry v. Taylor, 185 S.W.2d 521 (Tenn. 1945).

With the filing of our Reply Brief, the briefing is completed on our minor liability waiver appeal

Did you know we also practice criminal law?  We recently filed an appeal with the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals on behalf of a firm client in State v. Layhew.

Ben M. Rose

In Part I of our two-part blog series, we began our evaluation of the legal status of medical records in the context of corporate divorce.  In Part I, we emphasized that a practice owns the medical reco