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Program Spotlight

16th Annual Bankruptcy Forum:

The 16th Annual Tennessee Bar Association Bankruptcy Forum will take place April 5-7, 2019, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Please make plans now to join us in this wonderful and relaxing setting for an informative, unique retreat that is applicable to a wide variety of bankruptcy attorneys. Ten hours of CLE credit are available for this program, including three hours of ethics.

This high-quality program will begin on Friday afternoon with two CLE sessions. First, there will be a presentation highlighting bankruptcy case law updates. The second session will feature an experienced panel of practitioners who will discuss important differences in bankruptcy practice across the three Grand Divisions of the state. Included in the cost of the program is a Friday evening dinner and networking reception. 

An Update and Overview of Federal and Tennessee Whistleblower Laws:

Whistleblower laws in the employment context have proliferated in recent years creating new protections for employees and obligations for employers.

This program will provide a brief overview of the various Federal Whistleblower laws enforced by the US Department of Labor and examine Tennessee employment laws, such as the Tennessee Public Protection Act, that provide protections for employees who complain about alleged unlawful employer practices.

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Faculty Spotlight: Debra Fulton

Having practiced law for more than 30 years, Debra is a knowledgeable, hands-on professional for whom direct client involvement is essential. Her passion, knowledge, and extensive experience aid in giving her the ability to quickly assess her clients’ needs and offer them sound, practical advice while aggressively defending them and their interests.

Debbie focuses her practice in the areas of workers’ compensation, arbitration and mediation for health care, general civil litigation, toxic exposure litigation, products liability, personal injury litigation, privacy, insurance, appellate and mediation. Debbie also is currently expanding her practice to include alternative dispute resolution of health care conflicts.

Join Ms. Fulton at the Dispute Resolution Forum, April 26 in Nashville, TN.