On January 8, 2015, Tennessee released a proposal to expand its Medicaid program through an amendment to its current TennCare II waiver under Section
Criminal defense attorneys have noted an increasing effort by prosecutors to have criminal defendants waive ineffectiveness claims when negotiating
The Tennessee General Assembly recently amended the state’s meal and rest break law to require meal breaks for tipped employees in the food and beverage industry.
Tennessee law has been amended just recently regarding the duty of business taxpayers to timely file tangible personal property schedules for property tax purposes.
Early in my career as a construction lawyer I had occasion to appear before one of our more venerable judges
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) granted waivers from the restricted annual limit requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) to four states: Florida, New Jersey, Ohio and Tennessee.
Tennessee’s Public Records Act, found at Tenn. Code Ann. Section 10-7-503, creates a presumption that government documents are open for public inspection.
A Tennessee court recently compelled arbitration based on a clause contained in a revision to Comcast's subscriber agreement.
In 2007, the Tennessee legislature mandated that the maximum percentage of a contract payment which an owner could withhold as retainage was five percent.