We recently filed this brief in support of our client's position in an interlocutory appeal
Check out our new blog post regarding recent changes to the Traumatic Brain Injury Residential Housing Act.
Firm founder, Ben M. Rose, was recently quoted in the cover story of the latest edition of Wearables magazine.
We recently learned that the Tennessee Court of Appeals has granted the parties' applications for an interlocutory appeal in a case involving enforcement of minor liability waivers.
The audio from our oral argument in the Blue Sky appeal has been posted. Here is the link.
Check out this recent article in The Williamson Source on Ravenwood's mock trial team heading to state again this year. We have been proud to co-coach Ravenwood's team since 2004:
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.