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LIABILITY ISSUES, BUT FEW ANSWERS, REGARDING COVERAGE FOR RIDE SHARE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

LIABILITY ISSUES, BUT FEW ANSWERS, REGARDING COVERAGE FOR RIDE SHARE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

November 19, 2018

By: Newton Anderson I predict that the vast majority of those reading this post have used or have a close family member that has used Uber or Lyft for transportation.  The advantages of ease of use, availability and price are certainly a temptation, even if you own your own car.  Those advantages are fueling tremendous …Read More

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ELECTION DAY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2018: EMPLOYERS BEWARE THAT EMPLOYEE TIME OFF TO VOTE IS A LEGALLY PROTECTED ACTIVITY IN TENNESSEE

October 25, 2018

By: Steve Collins You know that it is Election Day and I need to take off to go vote.  Hold on, what you do on your time is your business, but what you do on work time is my business.  I do not mean any harm, but I need to go vote. That is fine, …Read More


What is an Exculpatory Clause and Are You Protected?

February 20, 2018

By: David Barry Contracts, we all sign them in some way shape or form on a weekly or maybe even a daily basis. While some of these contractual agreements may be in regards to services provided in the context of consumer services such as auto repair or the purchase of consumer items, which generally are …Read More

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A Letter to Young Associates

February 12, 2018

By: Newton Anderson It was a pleasant spring day in 1982.  I had received my law license a little over 6 months prior and, following the end of a judicial clerkship, had begun to work for a private law firm with downtown offices on one of the upper floors of the tallest building in Memphis.  My …Read More

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The Defendant Must Travel to Defend

November 21, 2017

By: Stephen Hester The Arkansas Venue Statute of 2015 In 2015, the Arkansas Legislature passed Act 830 of 2015 to Clarify and Reorganize the General Venue Statutes for Civil Actions.  Clarification and reorganization of the venue statutes was necessary as a result of the inclusion of a number of venue provisions in the Civil Justice …Read More

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Tick-Tock, Time to Get Serious

November 1, 2017

By: David Barry “Time waits for no man,” “time is of the essence,” and “no time like the present.” Most of us have all heard these “time” honored clichés, and no doubt probably even said them to others. Whatever the context or sequence, “time” is a finite resource and indeed does matter. This is true …Read More

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