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2014 Tennessee Tort Law Update: Recent Appellate Court Decisions - on CD

2014 Tennessee Tort Law Update: Recent Appellate Court Decisions - on CD

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2014 Tennessee Tort Law Update: Recent Appellate Court Decisions - on CD

This webinar is now available on CD.


The Tennessee appellate courts hand down about 150 tort law decisions each year.

Whether you're representing a plaintiff to get the highest possible judgment or settlement, are trying to defeat a claim or get the lowest possible judgment while representing a defendant, or trying to keep a case from going to trial, you need to be aware of the most recent tort decisions from the appellate courts.

When you participate in this in-depth webinar, your presenter will provide an update on the most recent appellate court decisions and their impact on your practice.

In just 60 minutes, we’ll cover:

  • Medical malpractice
    o Pre-suit notice requirement
    o Certificate of good faith requirement
    o Informed consent
    o Battery
  • Governmental Tort Liability Act
    o Police officers’ duty
    o Potholes
  • Slip & fall
    o Notice
    o Duty
  • Legal malpractice
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Dram shop action
  • Statute of limitation
  • Statute of repose
  • And more


Recent questions before Tennessee appellate courts:

  • Is substantial compliance sufficient to satisfy TCA 29-26-121(a)(3)(B) and 29-26-121(a)(4), which direct a plaintiff in a health care liability action to file “with the complaint” an affidavit of the person who sent pre-suit notice by certified mail?
  • Can a plaintiff rely on the 90-day savings provision in TCA 20-1-119 in order to add a previously known potential non-party tort-feasor to an existing lawsuit even when the plaintiff knew the identity of the potential tort-feasor at the time of the filing of the plaintiff’s original complaint but chose not to sue the potential tort-feasor?
  • Did a store owe a duty to a patron who was struck in the store’s parking lot by a vehicle driven by another store patron after store employees had refused to fill the other patron’s medical prescriptions because they believed she was intoxicated and ordered her to leave store?
  • Did the owners of a cabin owe a duty to a plaintiff who, while staying at the cabin, entered a dark cabin and fell down steps?

About Your Presenter:

In sixteen years Rebecca Blair has developed an immensely diverse practice at The Blair Law Firm. Ms. Blair has substantial experience in many aspects of civil litigation, including tort law, insurance coverage litigation, business litigation, and probate litigation. In addition to her litigation experience, Ms. Blair is also listed as a Rule 31 General Civil mediator.

She was voted one of the “Top 50 Women Lawyers” in the Mid-South in 2012 by Mid-South Super Lawyers/Memphis Magazine. Ms. Blair enjoys an AV Preeminent Peer Review rating in Martindale Hubbell. She was also elected to “Best Lawyers in America” in 2012 for her work in Business Litigation. Ms. Blair has been elected by her peers as a “Mid-South Super Lawyer” in the area of Plaintiff's Personal Injury Litigation every year since 2009.

Transvaginal Mesh and Bladder Slings: Concerns and Legal Remedies - on CD

Presently, there are six different multidistrict litigation consolidations with roughly 40,000 individual transvaginal mesh cases pending across the United States. Last year, Endo Pharmaceutical, Inc. paid out a $54.5 million dollar settlement to compensate victims injured by a mesh implant.

Transvaginal mesh is used to repair common pelvic floor disorders, including pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence. It is designed to shore up organs such as the bladder and uterus that have dropped due to age, obesity, or childbirth.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, reported complications from the transvaginal placement of the mesh include erosion of the mesh into the vaginal tissue, organ perforation, pain, infection, painful intercourse, and urinary and fecal incontinence. Often women require surgery to remove the mesh, and in some cases, this can require multiple procedures.

With the number of transvaginal mesh and bladder sling cases growing, it's more important than ever for you to get up to date on the latest concerns, court cases, and legal remedies so you can best serve your clients. Learn more by participating in this timely webinar.

In just one hour, you'll learn:

  • Regulatory framework: The role of the FDA
  • Analysis of applicable preemption rulings: Product liability litigation in a post-Reigel world
  • Available claims for 510(k) medical devices
  • Current examples of how Daubert is being applied in device litigation
  • Analysis of post-market product surveillance and clinical studies
  • The lay of the litigation landscape -- venue, discovery, and proving your case
  • And more!


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You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this webinar.


Because this is a CD webinar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

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