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Creditors Practice Forum 2015: TBA's Creditor's Practice Section offers current developments in this area of the law. Topics include:

  • Update of recent Tennessee and Federal case law and the effects on legal collection practices
  • Garnishment issues regarding subcontractors and independent agents
  • Various local rules and procedures that collection attorneys encounter throughout Tennessee 
  • Recent actions of the Consumer Financial Bureau and responsive strategies employed by parties in the industry
  • Ethics surrounding debt management/settlement companies


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Tort and Insurance Advanced Practice Forum 2015: Sharpen your expertise in this advanced forum for Tort & Insurance practitioners. Attendees will advance their practice with sessions on trucking litigation with review of important cases, recent developments, and new risks. The product liability session will offer best practices in product liability case analysis. Speakers will also address workers’ compensation updates and accident reconstruction. Learn how animation, graphics, and video is used in forensic engineering in accident reconstruction.



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Faculty Spotlight: Andrew Wampler

Andy Wampler grew up in the Tri-Cities. His practice includes business advising, healthcare, employment, business and commercial litigation, and class actions. He has been involved in the litigation as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants. He practices in the state and federal courts throughout East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Mr. Wampler negotiates contracts and works with business formation and organization. He serves several groups as counselor and volunteer. Mr. Wampler has written and spoken on legal topics, with his work cited by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and used by Met Life for training, among others. He has taught college literature and composition classes and presented at local, regional, and national conferences. He lives in Kingsport with his wife Jenny and their three children.