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Cybersecurity Cases and Trends: Helping Clients Comply and Control Risk

Wednesday, September 20

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Earn CLE and learn how to help clients manage cyber security risks, limit legal liability, and maintain compliance with key regulations.

 

Client Cybersecurity Update: Top 10 Things to Do in the Event of a Data Breach

Wednesday, September 27

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Earn CLE as you learn how to help clients manage cyber security risks, limit legal liability, and maintain compliance with key regulations.

 

Tax Consequences in Tennessee Divorce Cases

Thursday, September 28

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Learn how to incorporate tax liability considerations into your client counsel decisions when advising clients going through a divorce in Tennessee, while earning valuable CLE.

 

How to Identify and Resolve Real Property Title Issues in Tennessee

Tuesday, October 17

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Learn how to spot and react to title issues when executing real estate transactions in Tennessee.

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Personal Injury Law Conference for Tennessee Attorneys

Thursday & Friday, September 21-22 at the Nashville School of Law (*expanded to 2 days this year)

 

Family Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners

Thursday & Friday,October 12-13 AND Thursday & Friday, November 30 & December 1 at the Nashville School of Law

 

Tennessee Real Estate Law Conference

Friday, October 20 at the Nashville School of Law

 

Tennessee Workers' Comp Conference

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, November 8, 9, & 10 at the Nashville Airport Hilton

 

Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners

Thursday & Friday, November 16-17 at the Nashville School of Law

 

Probate & Estate Planning Conference for Tennessee Attorneys

Thursday & Friday, December 7-8 at the Nashville School of Law

 

 

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Spotify's legal battle with indie music publishers escalates with new lawsuits

Spotify's legal issues with music publishers are looking like more than merely a bump in the road. Seven independent music publishers sued Spotify in Nashville on Wednesday for using their songs without the necessary licenses, ramping up the legal battle with the music streaming giant.

Knox County report: Risk of dying of drug overdose highest soon after jail release

Nearly half of the people who died of drug overdoses in Knox County last year had been arrested and/or jailed within the past five years – and most of those fatally overdosed soon after leaving jail. District Attorney Charme Allen on Thursday released a new report on the county’s 2016 fatal overdose victims and their interaction with the criminal justice system. The report’s purpose is to try to identify points at which intervention might have prevent their deaths.

Senate confirms U.S. attorneys for Middle, West Tennessee

The Senate has confirmed two new U.S. attorneys for Tennessee. Belmont University law professor Donald Cochran will serve in the state’s Middle District, which includes Nashville and the surrounding counties. Mike Dunavant will serve in the 22-county Western District, which includes Memphis and the surrounding area.

Jeff Sessions names new U.S. Attorney to Middle Tennessee federal prosecutor's office

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has appointed an acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, replacing previous interim U.S. Attorney Jack Smith who announced his retirement last month. The Department of Justice announced on the morning of September 5 that Mark H. Wildasin had been appointed to the position after serving as civil chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Nashville office since January 2006.

Opioid Crisis Takes Center Stage at Juvenile Justice Conference

Juvenile court judges, judicial staff, attorneys, and other juvenile justice professionals from across Tennessee spent nearly half their annual conference learning about the state’s opioid crisis and the role of courts and judges.

2nd lawsuit challenges Tennessee county's inmate birth control practice

A second lawsuit has been filed over a rural Tennessee county's controversial program allowing jail inmates out 30 days early if they agreed to birth control procedures.

Area immigration attorneys fear more clients targeted

Some immigration lawyers have noticed a new vulnerable target: Those actively applying for residency status. Terry Olsen, an attorney in Chattanooga, said some clients have received notice of removal proceedings from Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents this summer, even as they were applying for protection.