What Is a Power of Attorney?

Power of attorney is a legal instrument that grants a designated person the power to make decisions on your behalf if you are not physically present or incapacitated. The agent may be responsible for managing your property, finances, and/or medical affairs. There are different types of powers of attorney, and different...
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Spoliation Sanctions In Tennessee – An Overview

By: Joseph Horowitz Spoliation is the failure to preserve evidence. Parties to a lawsuit may not alter, destroy or conceal evidence. The penalties for spoliation can be harsh – such as striking a pleading, dismissal of an action, an adverse inference jury instruction or monetary penalties against the spoliator. This article...
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What is a Business Succession Plan?

Take a moment to think about what would happen to your business if you passed on or became incapacitated. Can the company survive? If that thought sets you in a panic mode, you need to consider creating a business succession plan. With a succession plan, you can spot critical roles in...
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