As virtually everyone in the US alcohol beverage industry knows, last week the US Supreme Court handed down its opinion in Tennessee Wine and Spirits
The overwhelming majority of employment class or collective actions today are wage
On December 15, 2016, the Tennessee Joint Government Operations Committee held a hearing regarding the governor’s proposal to establish an economic
The Tennessee Governor recently signed Senate Bill 2228 (“SB 2228”) which adds recyclers of certain scrap material to the list of parties who are
Very recently, the Tennessee Department of Revenue (TDR) published Letter Ruling 11-44 addressing many issues surrounding income or gain that may arise from the discharge of indebtedness (DOI), as well as the ancillary effects such a discharge or cancellation may have on other tax attributes.
The federal court in the Western District of Tennessee, a court in the Sixth Circuit, held as a matter of first impression that self-reporting to the government of failures to comply with federal law does not constitute a "public disclosure" which could bar a lawsuit brought by a relator under the False Claims Act.
A Tennessee court recently compelled arbitration based on a clause contained in a revision to Comcast's subscriber agreement.
District court holds copyright registration is a pre-requisite for a declaratory action for non-infringement, and holds “registration” requires either issuance of certificate of registration, or denial of application for registration, by the Copyright Office; court grants motion to dismiss because defendant applied for but had not received certificate of registration.
On August 18, 2008, the Sixth Circuit articulated the legal standards to be applied to claims brought under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 ("USERRA").