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When a physician leaves an existing medical practice, the practice has a recognized proprietary interest in its medical records – not the patient and not the departing physician.  In Part I of a two part blog series, we examine how the law applies to this unique area of corporate divorce regardin

On April 27, 2016, Governor Bill Haslam signed into law changes to the Traumatic Brain Injury Residential Housing Act of 2012 (“TBI-RHA”).  We were instrumental in obtaining enactment of TBI-RHA and safegua

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In urging the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee to dismiss a patent infringement case, the defendant in Edgeaq, LLC v.

A Davidson County Circuit Court recently ruled in our client’s favor by holding that a minor has no right to assert a claim for medical expenses if his parent previously signed a release.  This is the second ruling in our case styled Blackwell, et al. v.


A Tennessee Chancellor, Larry B. Stanley, recently granted interlocutory review to a firm client in a case involving application of the Hague Convention. 

The term “Hobson’s choice” is from Thomas Hobson (1544-1631), a stable manager in Cambridge, England.  To rotate the use of his horses, he offered his customers the choice of either taking the horse in the stall nearest the door, or takin

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A Williamson County Chancellor recently gave this instruction to a plaintiff franchisee in a case the firm handled on behalf of a defendant franchisor in the golf retail industry.  In that case, GJ Golf Performance Studio, LLC, et al. v. Golf, Etc.

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Media reports regarding a recent sexual assault investigation conducted by the University of Tennessee suggest it may have violated Title IX.  At the outset, a Vic

The firm recently filed a motion and brief in a Davidson County Circuit Court case arguing, among other things, that such waivers are, in fact, enforceable.  Most parents are

The firm's recent decision in Seyi-America, Inc. v. Stamtec, Inc., 4:13-cv-00082-HSM-WBC (E.D. Tenn. Jan.