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Commercial Litigation: Winning With The Basics

J. Ross Pepper
Pepper Law, PLC

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On the Job Injuries: Not a Workers’ Comp Perspective


Kendall Dunson
Beasley Allen

Tuesday February 6, 2019
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 Mr. Mabry, Respondent, contends that he was unable to respond to or defend against a disciplinary complaint due to disability by reason of a mental illness. Both a hearing panel and the reviewing chancery court concluded that the attorney was not incapacitated from responding or defending. On appeal, the Supreme Court affirmed.

• The post-conviction court denied Dr. Diebold’s motion to quash, holding that T.C.A. 24-9-101 applies only to civil proceedings. On certiorari review, the Court of Appeals reversed the post-conviction court, finding that T.C.A. 24-9-101 may apply to criminal cases and that Dr. Diebold’s testimony via deposition satisfies Petitioner’s right to compulsory process.

 

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