SHOPPER-NEWS HIGHLIGHTS LEWIS KING LAWYER DICK KRIEG

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 24, 2013 For more information, Contact: Ellen Robinson (865) 546-4646 SHOPPER-NEWS HIGHLIGHTS LEWIS KING LAWYER DICK KRIEG Richard W. (Dick) Krieg has a history of public service dating back to 1968, when he became the youngest member ever elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives. Local reporter Betty Bean writes an interesting article about Krieg that … Read More

Prescription Safety Act of 2012 Seminar

Thomason Hendrix partner Chris Vescovo served as a panelist on a seminar discussing the Tennessee Prescription Safety Act of 2012.  The seminar took place at the Church Health Center and Wellness Center, and was presented by the Memphis Area Prevention Coalition. Mr. Vescovo addressed the legal ramifications of the Act for healthcare providers, and other presenters included the Executive Director … Read More

LEWIS KING LAW FIRM SUPPORTS LOCAL CHARITIES

For more information, Contact: Ellen Robinson (865) 546-4646 The Lewis, King, Krieg and Waldrop, P.C., law firm recently celebrated the holidays by making donations to several area social service organizations. “We’re big believers in giving back to our community and do so by generously donating our time and financial resources,” said shareholder Richard W. Krieg. “We’re proud to support groups … Read More

Jury Verdict for the Defense

Thomason Hendrix partners J. Kimbrough Johnson and Elizabeth T. Collins represented an internal medicine physician and an infectious disease specialist in a recent medical malpractice trial. The plaintiff alleged that the defendant doctors had improperly diagnosed gout instead of septic arthritis. After a two week trial, the jury ruled in favor of the defendant physicians finding no negligence.

EMILY MACK JOINS LEWIS KING LAW FIRM

For more information, Contact: Ellen Robinson (865) 546-4646 Emily Harper Mack, a summa cum laude graduate of the University of the Tennessee College of Law, has joined the Nashville office of the Lewis, King, Krieg and Waldrop, P.C., law firm. During law school, Mack spent two summers participating in Lewis King’s summer associate program and also served as acquisitions editor on the Tennessee … Read More

BRAD CRAIG AND CAITLYN ELAM JOIN LEWIS KING LAW FIRM

For more information, Contact: Ellen Robinson (865) 546-4646 Brad W. Craig and Caitlyn Luedtke Elam, graduates of the University of Tennessee College of Law, have joined the Knoxville office of the Lewis, King, Krieg and Waldrop, P.C., law firm. (Knoxville News-Sentinel coverage here) (Shopper-News coverage here – page 17) Prior to joining the firm, Craig served as a judicial intern for … Read More

LEWIS KING NAMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

At a meeting on Friday, Oct. 26, Lewis King shareholders elected Reba Brown, Robert F. Chapski and Benjamin W. Jones to serve on the firm’s Board of Directors. They join Rod Fields, David Garst, Larry Giordano and Dick Krieg. Deborah Stevens of the Knoxville office was elected to serve another term as president, and Lisa Ramsay Cole will continue to … Read More

DEBORAH C. STEVENS WINS TBA PRESIDENT’S AWARD

Deborah C. Stevens, president and managing shareholder at Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop, P.C., was one of three winners of the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA) annual President’s Award, bestowed upon those who exhibit exceptional service to the legal profession. The award was presented in recognition of Stevens’ outstanding work on the Task Force for Women in the Profession. As chair … Read More

MAYOR ROGERO MAKES APPOINTMENTS TO BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL

Mayor Madeline Rogero, in keeping with a pledge to make Knoxville more business friendly, has appointed 11 leaders to the newly created Business Advisory Council. The Business Advisory Council (BAC), to be presented to City Council on Tuesday, is organized through the Office of Business Support, which is managed by Patricia Robledo and under the supervision of Deputy to the … Read More

ARMY WAR COLLEGE SELECTS LEWIS KING ATTORNEY FOR PRESTIGIOUS FELLOWSHIP

Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop, PC, attorney James B. Kyle has been selected for a prestigious fellowship with the U.S. Army War College. Kyle, a Tennessee National Guard Lt. Colonel, will spend the majority of his fellowship in Washington, D.C., working with the deputy assistant secretary of the Army’s Department of Environmental Safety and Occupational Health. He will train as … Read More