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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 9 Jul 2019

What does the Supreme Court’s recent decision about wine sales in Tennessee mean for the cannabis industry?

On June 26, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 7-2 decision that Tennessee’s residency requirements for retail liquor store licenses were


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 9 Jul 2019

Guest Post - Stop the Presses - Supreme Court Decides a Dormant Commerce Clause Case

Today’s guest post is by Tucker Ellis‘ Dick Dean, a longtime friend of the blog and outspoken advocate of using the Dormant Commerce Clause as a


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 6 Feb 2017

Tennessee Court Awards $1.9 Million in Mapco Express Data Breach Class Action Suit

Last month, a Tennessee Federal court ordered Mapco Express, Inc. (“Mapco”) to pay approximately $1.9 million to settle class action claims arising


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 30 Dec 2016

Decision Limiting Duties regarding Automated External Defibrillators Does Not Shock The Conscience

Ponder the following: A man attends an exercise class at a facility run by a local religious institution. Assume that he belonged to this facility


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 2 Nov 2016

M.D. Tenn. Bids Adieu to Out-of-State Class Reps

We are on a personal jurisdiction roll this week. You might even say we’ve got Big Mo behind us. That Mo, of course, refers to Momentum, though it


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 10 Jun 2016

Dismissing Drug Design Defect Based on Preemption

In a rare harkening to our past and discussion of specific judges, we recall that our first gig after law school was clerking for Judge Jon P


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 30 Jan 2014

Tennessee: a sweeping affiliate nexus proposal

In other news from Tennessee, on January 15, Tennessee introduced H.B. 1537 that, if enacted, would add click-through and affiliation provisions to


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 29 Jan 2014

Tennessee skies still look clear for cloud computing

Yesterday, the Tennessee Department of Revenue issued Letter Ruling 13-21. In the Letter Ruling, the Department considered the taxability of three


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 16 Dec 2013

Homeland and anticipated life (under Tennessee law): being on the wrong side of policy isn’t always unjust

This blog has previously written about Tennessee's unusual statute of repose, here, here, and here, which bars claims "within one (1) year after


Reed Smith LLP | USA | 19 Jan 2009

‘Hell or high water’ provisions Wells Fargo v Mountain Rentals of Gatlinburg, Inc

The Court of Appeals of Tennessee confirmed that an equipment lessor is entitled to enforce the “hell or high water” provision of an equipment lease.

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