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By Robert Frey
One commentator has called the scope of Additional Insured coverage "[o]ne of the oldest and most confounding debates in the insurance world."
By Hannah Kay Hunt
Time and again, courts have been tasked with construing ambiguous and inconsistent terms in contracts, which this blog previously addressed here. Recently, the Sixth Circuit revisited the issue...
By C.E. Hunter Brush
On September 20, 2018, in Durham v. Martin, et al., 2018 WL 4496404 (6th Cir. 2018), the Sixth Circuit reversed the Middle District of Tennessee's finding that Jeremy Durham lacked standing...
By Katie Fillmore
On August 22, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recognized the viability of "snap removal," a litigation tactic whereby a defendant (in-state or otherwise) removes a state court claim ...
By Kathryn K. Van Namen
So you want to register a domain name for your company's registered trademark only to find out, it's already been claimed by someone other than you.
By Mark Garriga
These are all examples of people and things potentially covered by the Hatch Act of 1939, Federal legislation that restricts the ability of certain governmental employees ...
By Andrew Tharp
Shoe companies like Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour begin courting future NBA stars when the players are in high school with the goal of signing them to endorsement deals when the player goes pro.
By Angela Taylor
Although attempts have been made to expand the meaning of "legally entitled to recover" when the municipal statutory damages cap is involved.
By Sloane Jumper Hankins, Randall D. McClanahan
On Friday, September 21, 2018, the Treasury Department issued proposed regulations removing the portion of the final Section 385 regulations dealing with the documentation requirements that must be satisfied ...
By A. David Fawal
In part one of this blog I discussed intervention, one option insurers may have when coverage questions arise.
By Sean M. McGuinness, Katie Fillmore
It is fair to say that by now U.S. attorneys should be somewhat familiar with the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") requirements. We all have received numerous e-mails from various parties...
By Elizabeth Chance, Mark Dreher, Caroline Eley, Luther Munford, David W. Ohlwein, Diana Comes, Benda Currie Jones, Christopher Morris, Joshua Wiener, Thomas Williams, W. McDonald Plosser
In this issue of Pro Te (Volume 11, No.2), we examine three important topics with practical implications.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals, in Little Hurricane Properties, LLC v. Ralph Cafaro, Jr., et al., Case No. E2017-01781-COA-R3-CV, outlined, again on August 22, 2018, the risks assumed by a DIY litigant.
By R. Wilson Montjoy II, Alveno Castilla, Ashley Wicks
Recent enactments of both the U.S. Congress and Mississippi Legislature have modified tax laws to encourage development and new investment.
By E. Barney Robinson III
Over twenty years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States adopted the so-called Chevron Deference Doctrine in Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 467 U.S. 837, 843 (1984).
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