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Apr20, 2018

Special Education Students Disproportionately Disciplined in Bristol Schools

By |Apr 20, 2018|Categories: Special Education Law|0 Comments

According to a recent article in the Bristol Herald Courier, disciplinary events are declining in local schools. However, after sifting through data found through the Freedom of Information Act, researchers found that when discipline does [...]

Apr16, 2018

Judge Sides with Insurance Company in Dispute Over Grace Period

By |Apr 16, 2018|Categories: Insurance Disputes|0 Comments

A Pennsylvania federal judge ruled on March 9, 2018 that Cincinnati Insurance Company didn't have to pay out more than $100,000 to its policyholder Wescott Electric Co. regarding a multi-million-dollar theft. U.S. District Judge Gene [...]

Apr12, 2018

Can You Discuss the Firm’s Work in Educational Law?

By |Apr 12, 2018|Categories: Education|0 Comments

We became involved in education law as a natural extension of our work in employment law. The Americans With Disabilities Act applies to both employment and education, so we now represent children with all sorts [...]

Apr9, 2018

Key Insurance Decisions to Keep an Eye on This Spring

By |Apr 9, 2018|Categories: Insurance Disputes|0 Comments

Over the next few months, insurance experts and policyholders should pay attention to some key decisions expected by the courts. Several rulings set to come out over the next few months include decisions on insurance [...]

Apr6, 2018

The Role of the Public Adjuster in the Claims Process

By |Apr 6, 2018|Categories: Insurance Disputes|0 Comments

There are primarily three different types of adjusters. There are independent adjusters who work for the insurance company. They're not employed by the insurance company, but they work only for them, not for the policy [...]

Apr3, 2018

Employee or Independent Contractor? New Bill Makes Its Way Through Tennessee Senate

By |Apr 3, 2018|Categories: Labor and Employment|0 Comments

Legislation that recently passed the Senate and expected to pass the House is drawing some criticism from workers' rights advocates in Tennessee. HB 1978, sponsored by Senator Bo Watson, R-Hixson, declares people hired through online [...]

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