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Governor Bill Haslam Signs Three Tennessee Employment Laws

Governor Bill Haslam Signs Three Tennessee Employment Laws The governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam, signed three new employment laws, according to a release from the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP. The first law takes effect on January 1, 2015 and is a social media law. The second law…>read more

No Comment June 23, 2014

Man Sues Red Lobster and Server After Reported Racial Slur on Receipt Goes Viral

Man Sues Red Lobster and Server After Reported Racial Slur on Receipt Goes Viral Red Lobster and one of its servers are being sued by a man from Tennessee for $1 million, claiming that a racist receipt that went viral slandered his name, according to The Huffington Post. Devin Barnes and his wife went…>read more

No Comment May 29, 2014

Mellody Hobson, Business Exec, Speaks About Diversity After Being Mistaken for Kitchen Help

Mellody Hobson, Business Exec, Speaks About Diversity After Being Mistaken for Kitchen Help Harold Ford was an aspiring senator just eight years ago. Ford asked Mellody Hobson, an investment firm president, for help setting up press coverage of an election event. According to the Huffington Post, Ford and Hobson were mistaken as kitchen…>read more

No Comment May 27, 2014

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing Nadeen Weybrecht is a legal recruiter at BCG Attorney Search’s Houston Office. She focuses on matching attorneys with employers in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas,…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

United Auto Workers Union Asks Labor Board for a Do Over

United Auto Workers Union Asks Labor Board for a Do Over The United Auto Workers union has requested that the federal labor board set aside the election results, after a loss at the Chattanooga Volkswagen plant last week, according to the Huffington Post. The 13 page appeal comes as a result…>read more

No Comment February 24, 2014

4 Tennessee Couples Sue Over Right to Marry

4 Tennessee Couples Sue Over Right to Marry Following New Jersey’s example, of allowing same-sex couples to marry, four Tennessee same-sex couples filed a federal lawsuit that aims to force the state of Tennessee to recognize their marriages legally. The National Center for Lesbian Rights sponsored the suit, which…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2013

Naked Crime: Tennessee Man Distracted by Skinny Dipper’s Breaststroke as her Accomplice Burglarized his Home

Naked Crime: Tennessee Man Distracted by Skinny Dipper’s Breaststroke as her Accomplice Burglarized his Home A Crossville, Tenn., man was recently burglarized by a clever burglar. The burglarized man claims that a woman took a skinny dip in his pool while her husband made away with valuables. The 54 year old man confidentially reported the…>read more

No Comment July 11, 2013

Nelson Mullins Welcomes Doherty and Wiel

Nelson Mullins Welcomes Doherty and Wiel Attorneys Kevin Doherty and Cynthia Wiel joined the Tennessee-based firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough this week. Doherty and Wiel’s strong background in insurance regulation, particularly involving captives, will strengthen the firm’s insurance regulation practice in its Nashville office. Doherty…>read more

No Comment May 10, 2013

Father of 30 Children Asks for Break in Child Support Payments

Father of 30 Children Asks for Break in Child Support Payments A man from Tennessee, who has 30 children and is only 33-years-old, has asked the court to grant child-support help from the state for him. The man in question is Desmond Hatchett, who has fathered 30 children with 11 women…>read more

3 Comments May 21, 2012

ABA Tells Judge not to Overrule Denial of Duncan School of Law

ABA Tells Judge not to Overrule Denial of Duncan School of Law   A Tennessee judge has been urged by the American Bar Association not to force the ABA to withdrawal its denial of accreditation of Lincoln Memorial University’s law school. The law school filed a lawsuit of antitrust last month. The…>read more

No Comment January 5, 2012

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