May 14th, 2013 •
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Bank Not Successful In Equitable Subrogation Claim There have been several Appellate Court decisions in Tennessee over the last couple of years dealing with equitable subrogation as it relates to lien priority. The most recent of the cases is Blalock & Sons vs. Fairteen, LLC. In the Blalock case, Fairteen obtained financing for a project… Read More
May 9th, 2013 •
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“Doctoring” Patient Records: Resist the Temptation Upon hearing of a bad outcome, receiving notice of a potential malpractice claim or, even worse, being served with a lawsuit, the first thing that many physicians do is conduct a tedious review of the patient’s chart. While doing so, the physician may recall additional conversations, instructions, or other… Read More
April 1st, 2013 •
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Good Documentation HELPS Promote Winning Results If you’ve ever attended an employment-law seminar or talked to an employment-law attorney, then you know the importance of policies and procedures. Equally important is communicating your policies and procedures to your employees and enforcing them consistently. But without documentation, none of this really matters. Doing everything the right… Read More
November 1st, 2012 •
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Under T.C.A. § 50-6-241, employees with disability awards limited by a post-injury return to work may have those awards reconsidered if their employment ends within 200 to 400 weeks of their return to work date (depending on injury date and body parts involved). A recent decision clarifies when the 200- to 400-week period begins.