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Raybin Tennessee Supreme Court Hot List

The Hot List reviews cases which have been recently granted review by the Tennessee Supreme Court to help attorneys keep up with trending legal issues and anticipate potential changes in the law. The Hot List offers a prediction as to how each case might be decided.

Non-Economic Damages Caps

October 16, 2019

Case:  Jodi McClay v. Airport Management Services, LLC, U.S. District Court Case 3:17-cv-00705. Facts:  The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee requested an opinion on the following certified questions of law: (1) Does the non-economic damages cap in civil cases imposed by Tenn. Code Ann. § 29-39-102 violate a plaintiff’s right to […]

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Wrongful Termination

October 16, 2019

Case:  Joshua Keller v. Janice Casteel, Et Al. Facts:  A city firefighter was terminated and challenged the termination procedure. The trial court granted him partial summary judgment regarding wrongful termination, but with respect to damages, found that the petitioner failed to exercise reasonable diligence in securing employment. The firefighter appealed. Appellate Decision: The intermediate court […]

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Property Tax Classification Appeals

October 16, 2019

Case:  East Tennessee Pilot’s Club, Inc. v. Knox County Tennessee, Et Al. Facts:  After an ALJ concluded certain property should be classified as “farm property,” the county property assessor reclassified it in 2013 as split property, commercial and farm. The property owner paid its 2013 to 2016 taxes “under protest” and filed suit seeking a […]

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Sex Offender Registry

June 4, 2019

Case:  State of Tennessee v. Carl Allen aka Artie Perkins Facts:  Carl Allen was convicted of sexual battery in Florida, moved to Tennessee, and registered on Tennessee Sex Offender Registry. He was originally classified as a “sexual” offender, was reclassified as a “violent” offender in 2009, and then was changed back to “sexual” in 2010. […]

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Expert Witness Geographic Requirement

June 4, 2019

Case:  Vickie S. Young v. Frist Cardiology PLLC, et al Facts:  In this interlocutory appeal, Defendants moved to exclude medical opinion testimony of Plaintiff’s expert physician, averring that he does not satisfy the competency requirements of TCA 29-26-115(b) because he was not licensed to practice medicine in Tennessee or a contiguous state during the year […]

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