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By Kevin Baskette
Who is treating you when you go to a Tennessee emergency room? Is your doctor an employee of the hospital or is he an employee of a staffing service that is an independent contractor
By Brian S. Faughnan
The Arizona Supreme Court has created its own Task Force on Delivery of Legal Services.
By Brian S. Faughnan
As promised, I'm not done writing about the ATILS initial recommendations that have been put out for public comment in California.
By Brian S. Faughnan
You just can't bill your clients for time you spend drafting what amounts to your engagement letter.
By Brian S. Faughnan
And, no, in the title I'm not referring to the leak of information about the California Bar essay topics before the bar exam. Although that story is certainly bananas.
By Brian S. Faughnan
If it were only just practically useless, then it might not be worth writing about.
By Brian S. Faughnan
Those risks have been made starker by the 2018 ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Janus v. AFSCME.
By Brian S. Faughnan
It is not the only way that attorneys overreach on fees though.
By Brian S. Faughnan
The two documents combined span more than 110 pages, so here's a summary.
By Brian S. Faughnan
Rodger Moore is no longer licensed to bill.
By Brian S. Faughnan
As I attempt this week to get back into the saddle, two items – each relatively unusual and each involving Arkansas – grabbed my attention.
By Brian S. Faughnan
The Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility of the ABA has been on something of a bit of a "spree" when it comes to the issuance of ethics opinions.
By Brian S. Faughnan
Recently I wrote a bit about the latest Formal Ethics Opinion adopted in Tennessee including a bit of additional content focused on the enactment of this opinion as the maiden voyage of the new process involving ...
By Sallie Papajohn
As of June 25, 2019, the bill remains on the Senate's Legislative Calendar under General Orders.
By Andrea C. Anderson
Individuals seeking to be appointed as Executor, Administrator, or Personal Representative of Tennessee estates should be prepared to divulge their criminal convictions to the probate court.