Substantive Legal Articles and Updates
ACC Tennessee highly values our relationship with sponsoring organizations. In our effort to provide additional trustworthy substantive benefits to our members, we turn to our sponsors expertise and insight across the legal profession. In this section you will find timely articles of interest, submitted by our valued sponsors, that are in addition to those included in educational materials at our local programs.
How to Get Cancelled: An Overview of New Rules Affecting Businesses Offering Subscription Services to Tennessee Customers
Article by Lauren N. Jones of Butler Snow LLP.
Article by Christopher J. Valente, Michael J. Stortz, Amy Wong, Peter E. Soskin and Michael W. Meredith of K&L Gates
Article by Wesley M. Barbee, John Willis Stevens, and Samuel A. Raque of Patterson IP
Article by Deana Uhl and Sonia Cheng of FTI Consulting
Article by Lindsey Collins and Taylor Williams of Paine Tarwater Bickers, LLP.
Article by Steven Barrett, Robert Joseph, Andrew Spector and Robert Fritsche of Husch Blackwell
Article by Stephen Adams of Chambliss
Article by Adam Weiland, Michael Bradford and ChatGPT of Luedeka Neely
A Death Knell for Standard Boiler-Plate Severance Agreements: Key Considerations for Individualized Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements after the National Labor Relations Board’s McLaren Macomb Decision
Article by Kaitlyn Hansen and Jennifer Robinson of Littler
Article by Sarah Lowe of Frost Brown Todd LLP.
Delta Great? Tennessee Legislature Passes Industry-Friendly Bill to Regulate Psychoactive, Hemp-Derived Cannabinoids
Article by Hunter Robinson, Whitt Steineker and Richard Swor of Bradley
Article by Gary L. Montle and Wesley M. Barbee of Patterson IP.
Article by Jason Callen, Philip Guess, and Beau Creson of K&L Gates
Article by Mark A. Dreher of Butler Snow LLP
The information in this Thought Leadership should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on specific facts and should not be considered representative of the views of its authors, its sponsors, and/or the ACC. This Thought Leadership is not intended as a definitive statement on the subjects addressed. Rather, it is intended to serve as a tool providing practical advice and references for the busy in-house practitioner and other readers.