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.
Is it constitutional for the Tennessee Department of Labor to enforce subpoenas with criminal penalties before providing a small business owner with an opportunity for a court to review them? We don't think so.
According to the Tennessean, the federal government has launched an investigation into sexual violence at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. The U.S.
It looks like someone needs to read the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this recent story on wheelchair accessibility. Here is the story:
An article on the Brentwood Home Page was recently published regarding our walk to promote suicide awareness. The full article appears below.