Archive for November, 2017

Tennessee Supreme Court Unanimously Holds the Only Admissible Evidence of Medical Expenses in Tort Suits is the Amount Billed

Posted on November 28th, 2017 by Christopher J. SchroeckChristopher J. Schroeck

In any case involving personal injuries, medical expenses are an important consideration. This is true not only because they are their own category of damages, but because juries tend to see them as indicative of the severity of the injury suffered. The Tennessee Supreme Court just made it much harder to limit the amount of…

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OACTA Confers Excellence in Advocacy Award to Lawrence Sutter

Posted on November 16th, 2017 by Matthew C. O’ConnellMatthew O'Connell

The Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys conferred its Excellence in Advocacy Award to Lawrence A. Sutter III, posthumously, at the OACTA Annual Meeting in Cleveland on November 16, 2017.  The Excellence in Advocacy Award annually honors a lawyer who has distinguished him or herself over a number of years by the recipient’s professionalism, intelligence,…

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