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Rainey Kizer’s Angela Youngberg Predicts Greater Collaboration Among Healthcare Providers

November 16th, 2011  

Jackson, TN (November 14, 2011) — Doctors and physicians will have to work more collaboratively due to impending changes in reimbursement from Medicare and other third party payers according to Angela Youngberg, Healthcare Practice Group Leader at the Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC law firm. Youngberg’s remark came while she was a featured panelist… Read More

Rainey Kizer Attorney Geoffrey Lindley Wins Fees and Costs for Defendant in Discrimination Case

September 24th, 2011  

A defendant, represented by Rainey Kizer attorney Geoffrey Lindley, was awarded legal costs and attorney’s fees by federal district and appellate courts following the successful defense of a race discrimination and retaliation claim. In Connor v. City of Jackson, Tennessee, Plaintiff George Connor alleged that the City discriminated against him on the basis of his… Read More

Rainey Kizer Attorney Michael Mansfield Updates State Nurses Association on Tennessee’s Workers’…

September 17th, 2011  

Michael Mansfield, a partner in the Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC law firm was a featured speaker during the Tennessee Association of Occupational Health Nurses 37th Annual Convention in Jackson. Mansfield gave the group an update on Tennessee’s Workers’ Compensation Utilization Review program.

Attorney Dale Conder, Jr. Wins a Directed Verdict in Favor of Grand Junction, TN Police Chief in 4th Amendment Case

August 31st, 2011  

Court Previously Dismissed Case Against the Town of Grand Junction   The Honorable J. Daniel Breen, Federal Judge for the West Tennessee District, issued a directed verdict on August 29 in favor of Police Chief Pat Ryan of Grand Junction, TN. Grand Junction resident Susan Tice also received a favorable verdict. Chief Ryan and Tice… Read More

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