Tennessee Insurance Litigation Blog

Tennessee Insurance Litigation Blog

Legal insights on insurance litigation in the State of Tennessee

The Policyholder’s Perspective from
Brandon McWherter
of Gilbert Russell McWherter Scott Bobbitt PLC
J. Brandon McWherter is a partner at Gilbert Russell McWherter Scott Bobbitt PLC, which has four Tennessee offices in Memphis, Jackson, Nashville, and Chattanooga. Read More
The Insurance Company’s Perspective from
Parks T. Chastain
of Brewer, Krause, Brooks & Chastain, PLLC
Parks T. Chastain, a member in the Nashville, Tennessee law firm of Brewer, Krause, Brooks, Chastain & Burrow, PLLC, focuses on the representation of insurers. Read More

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Use of Social Networking Evidence in Insurance and Workers’ Compensation Litigation

Posted in Discovery, Litigation Tactics
  Two of our readers from Minnesota, Gregory M. Duhl (Associate Professor of Law at William Mitchell College of Law) and Jaclyn Millner (of Fitch, Johnson, Larson & Held, P.A.) have recently posted a draft of an article (to be published in the Pace Law Review) on the use of social networking evidence in insurance… Continue Reading

Discovery in Bad Faith and Consumer Protection Act Cases, Part I

Posted in Bad Faith, Consumer Protection Act, Discovery
In bad faith and Tennessee Consumer Protection Act cases, I routinely run into work product objections during discovery. Often these objections are made even as to reports and documents generated before the claim was denied. I believe work-product objections as to pre-denial materials are improper. As we know, Rule 26.02(3) protects against disclosure of materials… Continue Reading