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Essential Factors to Consider Before Starting Your Tennessee LLC: A Lawyer's Perspective

Learn essential factors to consider before starting your Tennessee LLC from a lawyer's perspective, including business goals, operating agreement terms, financing, industry regulations, and choosing the right location.

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Aggravated Child Abuse by Methamphetamine

Under the new statute, the state of Tennessee can bring aggravated child abuse charges against certain individuals if a child tests positive for methamphetamine. This is a significant change from the previous version of the law, which did not specifically address drug use as a factor in determining whether a person should be charged with aggravated child abuse.

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My Experience as a Criminal Defense Attorney: Debunking Miranda Rights Misconceptions

Learn the truth about Miranda Rights from the perspective of a criminal defense attorney in Franklin, Tennessee. Discover how to protect your rights during interactions with law enforcement.

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What is the Drug Dealer Liability Act?

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Tennessee Supreme Court Issues New Order Related to Court Operations During Covid-19

In response to the increased number of COVID-19 cases in the state, the Tennessee Supreme Court issued an Order today designed to protect all of the participants in the judicial system and the public at large while keeping the courts open and accessible to carry out essential constitutional functions and time-sensitive proceedings.

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Long-Term Care Liability Amidst a Pandemic

On July 1, Governor Lee signed Executive Order No. 53 in response to the legislature failing to pass the bill that would provide liability protection to health care and long term care facilities.

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Are Orders Requiring Face Coverings Legal?

On July 6, 2020, the Mayor of Williamson County issued an order that requires individuals to wear a cloth mask or other facial covering under certain situations.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Issues Order Requiring Facial Coverings in Courthouses

The Tennessee Supreme Court today issued an Order requiring all persons entering a courthouse for the purpose of court-related business to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth.

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