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10 Rules to Use in Tennessee Civil Lawsuits - On-Demand
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Use this on-demand webinar to learn ten Tennessee civil rules to use in your practice.
Lawyers must play by the rules. If you don’t know the rules, your opponent may be able to get the upper hand. On the other hand, if you know the rules, you can use them to your advantage. You can better serve your clients, while saving time and money.
For example, utilizing the rules to the maximum may allow you to gain the dismissal of some claims or defenses, freeing your time to concentrate on fewer claims or defenses. Effective use of discovery can also narrow the issues and aid you in proving your case or defeating your opponent’s case.
Presenter Brandon Bass reviews ten Tennessee civil rules to use in your practice right now. Don’t miss it! Get this on-demand webinar today!
- Holding your opponent to discovery responses
- Methods to dismiss claims and defenses
- Effective ways to establish damages
- And more!
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Law Offices of John Day, P.C.
Brandon Bass is a Shareholder in the Law Offices of John Day, P.C. in Brentwood, Tennessee. Mr. Bass focuses on helping people who have been badly injured or lost a loved one. His core practice areas include products liability, medical malpractice, and trucking lawsuits. His experience in products liability lawsuits includes industrial machinery, pharmaceuticals, automotive and tractor-trailer defects, and defects in construction materials. He has also assisted victims of medical malpractice in recovering for their losses from doctors and other health care providers. Mr. Bass has significant experience in trucking lawsuits, including cases involving tractor-trailers, buses, and other commercial vehicles.
Mr. Bass serves on the Board of Governors for the Tennessee Association for Justice, and is the organization's Amicus Curiae Committee Chair. He is also a member of the American Association for Justice, serving on the Board of Governors of its New Lawyers Division, as well as the Tennessee and Nashville Bar Associations. He has been a member of the John Marshall American Inn of Court in Williamson County. He frequently writes on personal injury and wrongful death legal issues. In addition, Mr. Bass has served as Associate Editor of the Tennessee Trial Law Report – Tort Edition, a monthly newsletter on tort law, evidence, civil procedure and trial in Tennessee. He was formerly Associate Editor of the Tennessee Tort Law Letter.