This morning at 7:30 a.m., Bob Chapski left downtown Chattanooga for an 8 mile run, heading up Tennessee Highway 41 in the general direction of our Nashville offices. It was the first leg of the Tennessee Ragnar Relay, a nearly 200 mile race from Chattanooga to Nashville, as Bob leads “LT United”, a team of 11 runners from the LT … Read More
The case involved a negligent misrepresentation claim by a general contractor who had been issued a certificate of insurance by our client, an insurance agency. The certificate did what a certificate does: it confirms coverage, that is all. It did not contain any affirmative misrepresentations, but the contractor claimed that they relied on the certificate for information that was not … Read More
The defense team of Bill Haltom and Edd Peyton won a jury verdict for the defendant physician in a medical malpractice case in the Shelby County Circuit Court. The trial lasted a month, and the jury deliberated only 3 hours before returning a verdict for the doctor.
Bill Haltom, chair of the LT Healthcare Law group, will be a guest on Friday, October 17th at 7:00 PM on Nashville News Channel 5’s “Inside Politics”. Host Pat Nolan will interview Bill about Bill’s new book, “The Other Fellow May Be Right: The Civility of Howard Baker”. The book focuses on the leadership style of the late Tennessee Senator … Read More
Allison Wannamaker will be a panelist for the “Advanced Asylum Issues” session at the AILA Mid-South chapter conference on October 24-25, 2014 in New Orleans. Ms. Wannamaker, an associate in the Memphis office, concentrates her practice on immigration and naturalization law. Immigration Court Defense, federal litigation and appeals, employment-based immigration, religious workers and the immigration consequences of crimes are particular areas … Read More
Lewis Thomason is willing to tackle any challenge. On October 24-25, lawyers from Lewis Thomason’s Knoxville, Nashville and Memphis offices are participating in TN Ragnar under the name LT United. To follow LT United (Lewis Thomason) use this link….. LT United @LTUnitedTN.
Historic Rivalries have always been the hallmark of the National Football League. Nothing captures public interest like a good battle between strong adversaries. This year, however, traditional team battles may be eclipsed by the current off-field clash between women’s groups and the league itself. While the league has been publicly dealing with an image crisis related to allegations of player … Read More
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will host a talk by UT alumnus Bill Haltom, a Memphis lawyer and author of a newly published book about Senator Baker. Haltom will be talking about his book The Other Fellow Might Be Right: The Civility of Howard Baker at a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. … Read More
The Other Fellow May be Right: The Civility of Howard Baker When: Sunday, 2 pm October 5, 2014 Where: Booksellers at Laurelwood 387 Perkins Rd. Ext. Laurelwood Plaza, Memphis Bill’s new book is a tribute to the late Senator Howard Baker, a great leader whose civility brought adversaries together to find solutions to our nation’s problems. In … Read More
The current issue of MBQ Inside Memphis Business has a featured article entitled “Power Players in Family Law.” The article profiles a “Who’s Who” of Memphis Lawyers who excel in providing families with legal counsel “whether it’s the joyous journey of adoption, the heartbreak of divorce, or anything in between.” One of the power players recognized is Tiffany Bowders of … Read More