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Tennessee Tort Law Letter

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Monthly Updates on Tennessee Tort Law Cases

As a Tennessee tort law attorney, you struggle each day with the complicated and constantly changing issues in Tennessee tort law. Researched and prepared for you by prominent Tennessee attorney Donald Capparella, month after month, you'll receive a summary, discussion, and analysis on all of the important tort cases and new acts of the previous month -- the cases and acts that impact your Tennessee practice

Tennessee trial attorneys subscribe to Tennessee Tort Law Letter because it reports on and analyzes decisions and developments of critical interest to their clients, cases, and trial strategy.

Tennessee Tort Law Letter is written and edited each month by Nashville attorney Donald Caparella with the law firm of Dodson, Parker, Behm & Capparella PC. Half of his practice involves cases of all types in the state and federal appellate courts. The other half involves trials in a wide variety of civil cases. He is co-author of the second edition of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault and is the editor of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th edition of the Handbook of Appellate Practice.

Tennessee Tort Law Letter is written and edited each month by Nashville attorney Donald Caparella with the law firm of Dodson, Parker, Behm & Capparella PC. Half of his practice involves cases of all types in the state and federal appellate courts. The other half involves trials in a wide variety of civil cases. He is co-author of the second edition of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault and is the editor of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th edition of the Handbook of Appellate Practice.

Capparella also served as co-amicus counsel in three landmark tort cases, McIntyre v. Balentine (adopting comparative fault), Jordan v. Baptist Three Rivers Hospital (allowing loss of consortium damages in a wrongful death case), and Coln v. City of Savannah (abolishing the “open and obvious” rule). He was counsel of record in more than 65 federal and state appellate opinions in a variety of practice areas, including many important tort law cases.

Assisting Capparella are Dodson, Parker, Behm & Capparella associates Amy Farrar and Candi Henry.

Farrar served as law clerk to the Honorable Cornelia A. Clark of the Tennessee Supreme Court, where she was responsible for preparing the Justice for oral argument, researching and reporting various legal issues in conjunction with pending cases, and assisting with the drafting of opinions. Farrar’s clerkship with Justice Clark provided her with a valuable perspective of the law from the appellate bench. She is currently serving as the Chair of the Nashville Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Committee.

Henry served for two years as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable William C. Koch, Jr. on both the Tennessee Court of Appeals and the Tennessee Supreme Court. This position provided her with an in-depth exposure to appellate litigation practice in the state. She is also an adjunct professor of Negotiation and Conflict Management at Tennessee Technological University.

 
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