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1. Clean Pathways Revives City Anti-Blight Effort -

The city’s anti-blight contracts with nonprofit groups are back under new terms.

City Public Works division grants of $75,000 each went to Lifeline to Success and Freedom From Unnecessary Negatives to remove blighted conditions in a two- to four-block radius of schools across the city twice a month for four months.

2. After the Campaign -

The 2014 election year began in January with dissent from the floor.

At the end of the Shelby County Democratic Party’s annual Kennedy Day fundraiser in January, former Memphis City Council member and state Rep. Carol Chumney, who was not among the speakers, challenged the party establishment from her table to do more to support women running for office.

3. Arrests Mark Turbulent Season for Democrats -

At week’s end, Shelby County Commissioner Henri Brooks and Shelby County Democratic Party Chairman Bryan Carson had been arrested within 24 hours of each other on separate charges.

4. Redmont Joins HORNE as Tax Consulting Manager -

Richard Redmont has joined HORNE LLP as a tax consulting manager. Redmont, a certified public accountant, has more than 25 years of tax and consulting experience with international firms in the accounting and insurance industries, and has served clients in the manufacturing, retail, distribution, health care and financial services industries. He also served on a national Sarbanes-Oxley team for an international firm.

5. Brown’s Complex Contempt Case Moves Forward -

Former Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown’s actions in Memphis-Shelby County Juvenile Court in March will live on in court past the May county primaries and into the campaign season as Brown prepares to challenge incumbent District Attorney General Amy Weirich in the August general election.

6. Brown Contempt Hearing Scheduled for Friday -

Former Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown’s March contempt citation in Memphis-Shelby County Juvenile Court is set to be heard by a special Criminal Court judge Friday, May 2.

7. Brown Contempt Case Goes to Appeals Court -

Special Criminal Court Judge Paul Summers has sent the Juvenile Court contempt citation against former Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown to the Tennessee Court of Appeals in Jackson, Tenn.

8. Brown Contempt Case Goes to Appeals Court -

Special Criminal Court Judge Paul Summers on Friday, May 2, sent the Juvenile Court contempt citation against former Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown to the Tennessee Court of Appeals in Jackson, Tenn.

9. Brown Contempt Hearing Scheduled for Friday -

Former Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown’s March contempt citation in Memphis-Shelby County Juvenile Court is set to be heard by a special Criminal Court judge Friday, May 2.

10. City Blight Effort Faulted in Audit -

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. came up with the anti-blight initiative 25 Square specifically to attack overgrown lots in a systematic and targeted approach.

But the city’s internal auditors concluded in a report released this week that city leaders of the “grass mitigation” program didn’t use a “targeted approach” at all.

11. Brown’s Contempt Hearing Reflects Political Skirmish -

Joe Brown’s bid to unseat District Attorney General Amy Weirich in the 2014 elections probably wasn’t supposed to begin this way – in a courtroom dispute with Juvenile Court that has nothing to do with Weirich.

12. Brown Contempt Jailing Maps Political Challenge -

The arrest of the Democratic nominee for Shelby County district attorney general Monday, March 24, is the best indication yet of the tumult within the local Democratic Party as it attempts to win countywide offices four years after losing every race to Republicans.

13. DA Candidate Brown Jailed For Contempt in Juvenile Court -

Former Shelby County Criminal Court Judge Joe Brown, who is the Democratic nominee for District Attorney General in the August county general elections, was arrested and jailed Monday, March 24, for being in contempt of court.

14. Wharton Faces Challenges in State of the City -

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. may face the most challenging year of his tenure as he delivers his State of the City address Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The speech will be delivered at 10 a.m. at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

15. Frustration for Fox Meadows Residents -

When the owner of Knight Arnold Food and Fuel gas station and convenience store was allowed to reopen his business last month, homeowners and community groups in the Fox Meadows area were furious.

The store opened a week after General Sessions Environmental Court shut it as a public nuisance.

16. ‘Handle With Care’ -

Once the settlement of a lawsuit over control of Beale Street is complete, the administration of Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. plans on issuing requests for firms to manage and develop the thriving entertainment district.

17. Weddle-West Voted GRE Board Chair-Elect -

Dr. Karen Weddle-West, dean of the graduate school, vice provost for academic affairs and director of diversity initiatives at the University of Memphis, has been voted chair-elect of the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Board. The national board establishes all policies for the GRE program, the most widely used graduate-school admissions test, and oversees GRE assessments, services and research.

18. High Court Takes on a New Affirmative Action Case -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court's decision to hear a new case from Michigan on the politically charged issue of affirmative action offers an intriguing hint that the justices will not use a separate challenge already pending from Texas for a broad ruling bringing an end to the consideration of race in college admissions.

19. Hospitals Must Prepare for Shifting Model -

A new model for health care in America is rapidly on its way, according to the chief medical officer of Saint Francis Healthcare. And many physicians are oblivious to it or in denial.

20. Daily News Seminar Looks at Health Care Reform Impact -

Changes in the model and delivery of health care and its potential impact on businesses and their employees will take center stage Thursday, Sept. 20, at the latest seminar presented by The Daily News.

21. Business of Health Care Topic of Seminar -

In terms of national policy discussion, the current changes in the model and delivery of health care remains among the most heated and complicated of topics.

And on Thursday, Sept. 20, a panel of local experts assembled by The Daily News will participate in an in-depth discussion about the health care industry, including challenges, opportunities and the outlook through 2013.

22. HORNE Accounting Firm Promotes Cade -

HORNE LLP, one of the nation’s top accounting and business advisory firms, announced this week that Casey Cade, who works in the firm’s Memphis office, has been promoted to supervisor.

23. Spare Moments of Litzing -

Of late, in my spare time, I’ve been “litzing” old crossword puzzles. It’s been quite the educational experience!

See, I got this email from David Steinberg captioned “Help building database of pre-Shortzian NYT crosswords.” And in this email, David wrote,

24. Levy Named Assistant Dean in U of M School of Public Health -

Dr. Marian Levy has been named assistant dean of students and public health practice for the University of Memphis School of Public Health. Levy is also an associate professor in the school and is the current president of the Tennessee Public Health Association.

25. HORNE LLP Names Havens Executive Partner -

Accounting and business advisory firm HORNE LLP, which has three office locations in Tennessee, has a new executive partner.

26. City Moves Forward With 25-Square Blight Strategy -

The city started a pilot program last year to clean up blight by utilizing a 25-square-block strategy.

Due to the program’s success, the 25-square strategy is being implemented as the strategy for neighborhood improvement going forward. The program entails crews working in predetermined “target zones” to mitigate grass and weed overgrowth, abandoned and dilapidated houses, litter and debris, impassable sidewalks, congested alleys, potholes and vacant lots.

27. Choice Of Entity: Choose Wisely -

The “choice of entity” discussion is unavoidable for start-up companies. In the spirit of the lifecycle of a business, it is one of the more prudent and pertinent discussions to have with your tax adviser. While sometimes an afterthought, this is a crucial matter and a misstep can prove costly.

28. Seminar Looks At Health Care Law Impact -

As the nation awaits the U.S. Supreme Court’s June decision on the Affordable Care Act, local experts weighed in at The Daily News Health Care Reform Seminar, held Thursday, April 5, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.

29. Events -

The Daily News will host its Health Care Reform seminar, part of the 2012 seminar series, Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave. The seminar, which will include a keynote by Greg Anderson of Horne LLP and a panel discussion, will look at the impact of health care legislation and what can be expected through 2013. Cost is $25. Visit seminars.memphisdailynews.com for more information or to register.

30. Events -

The Daily News will host its Health Care Reform seminar, part of the 2012 seminar series, Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave. The seminar, which will include a keynote by Greg Anderson of Horne LLP and a panel discussion, will look at the impact of health care legislation and what can be expected through 2013. Cost is $25. Visit seminars.memphisdailynews.com for more information or to register.

31. Events -

The Daily News will host its Health Care Reform seminar, part of the 2012 seminar series, Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave. The seminar, which will include a keynote by Greg Anderson of Horne LLP and a panel discussion, will look at the impact of health care legislation and what can be expected through 2013. Cost is $25. Visit seminars.memphisdailynews.com for more information or to register.

32. Events -

The Daily News will host its Health Care Reform seminar, part of the 2012 seminar series, Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1934 Poplar Ave. The seminar, which will include a keynote by Greg Anderson of Horne LLP and a panel discussion, will look at the impact of health care legislation and what can be expected through 2013. Cost is $25. Visit seminars.memphisdailynews.com for more information or to register.

33. Blight Fight -

Memphis is one of five cities to receive a $25,000 grant from the National Association of Realtors to demolish about 20 vacant, blighted homes.

More than 30 cities applied for a NAR “Game Changer” grant, a new program with somewhat open-ended criteria centered on bettering the real estate industry and America’s homeowners.

34. TDN Seminar to Focus on Health Care Reform -

Friday, March 23, marks the second anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act, whose complexities continue to leave many business owners confused.

Even many professionals who consult with small businesses regarding policies and employee benefits are struggling to keep up with the numerous changes being implemented by health care reform.

35. Horne Still Growing at 50 Years -

Already this year, the Horne LLP accounting and business advisory firm has hired a few tax managers for its Memphis office, and the firm also has brought its tax leadership here.

36. Health Care Reform on Tap At Next TDN Seminar -

The health care industry is a vital economic driver in Memphis, where hospitals, health care providers and biotechnology companies employ one out of every seven workers.

At the same time, many Memphians are uninsured and underinsured, posing a barrier to accessing care, and small-business owners continue to struggle with providing coverage due to the rising costs associated with health care.

37. HORNE’s Memphis Ofc. Hires Tax Services Manager -

The Memphis office of HORNE LLP, one of the nation’s top 50 accounting and business advisory firms, has hired Scott Brawdy, certified public accountant, as a manager in tax services. He joined HORNE with more than 10 years of tax experience within industry and public accounting environments.

38. Court Docket Sees 2 Notable Drug Cases -

For now, Federal Judge Hardy Mays has decided that the last two defendants in the biggest drug case ever brought in Memphis federal court will not be shackled when the jury begins hearing the case.

39. HORNE's Tax Leadership Moves to Memphis Office -

HORNE LLP, one the nation’s top 50 accounting and business advisory firms, is moving its tax leadership to the firm’s Memphis office.

40. Gasol Lead Grizzlies Past Hornets 93-87 -

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Marc Gasol likes to think his good basketball genes go beyond his 7-foot-1 stature and even affect his decision-making on the court.

"I try to make the right play every time," Gasol said. "If it's my shot, it's my shot. If I feel somebody else has a better shot than I'm going to take, I have to pass it. That's my DNA. There's nothing I can really change with that."

41. AP Source: Hornets, Grizzlies, 76ers Agree to Trade -

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Philadelphia, Memphis and New Orleans have agreed on a multi-player trade.

The 76ers are sending Marreese Speights to Memphis, the Grizzlies will move Xavier Henry to New Orleans and the Grizzlies and Hornets each will send a second-round draft pick to Philadelphia.

42. Gordon, Kaman Lead Hornets Over Grizzlies 95-80 -

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Eric Gordon and Chris Kaman didn't miss a step in their debuts for the New Orleans Hornets.

43. Hornets to Play Grizzlies in Preseason Games -

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – The New Orleans Hornets will play two preseason games against the Memphis Grizzlies.

The Hornets' first game against Memphis will be on Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. in Memphis.

44. Duke Joins Memphis Office of HORNE Accounting -

Micah Duke has joined the Memphis office of accounting and business advisory firm HORNE LLP.

45. HORNE LLP Gets a New Partner -

James Gordon is the new partner in charge of the Memphis office of HORNE LLP, one of the top accounting and business advisory firms in the country.
Gordon has more than 20 years of comprehensive accounting experience in the public and private sectors. He previous served as partner at HORNE from 2004 to 2007 and most recently was senior executive vice president/chief financial officer at The South Financial Group Inc. in Greenville, S.C.
At HORNE, Gordon will provide assurance and advisory services including audits, merger and acquisitions, risk management/internal audit services, litigation support and consulting to public and non-public enterprises.
“James’ depth of knowledge and experience enhances our service to the Memphis market,” said Hugh Parker, Ph.D., CPA and HORNE LLP executive partner.  “As professional adviser and as a knowledge leader, he will continue our tradition of commitment to delivering an excellent client experience.”

46. House Cleaning at City's Fleet Services Bureau -

All four managers left in the city’s Fleet Services Bureau have been dismissed and/or their positions abolished by the city of Memphis in a restructuring of the General Services division the bureau is a part of.

47. Grubb & Ellis’ deWitt Appointed To MAAR Commercial Council -

Greg deWitt of Grubb & Ellis Co. has been appointed to the Memphis Area Association of Realtors Commercial Council. He will take over one of the council’s director seats next year before becoming the council’s vice president in 2012.

48. Daq Drama Raises More Ownership Questions -

The case of a Southeast Memphis restaurant with no beer permit, beer for sale and a complex ownership history got more curious last week as the saga appeared to come to an end.

Keevon Morgan, the Nashville man who said he was the owner of The Daq, took the Fifth before the Shelby County Beer Board when members asked him more questions about the club’s ownership.

49. Daq Beer Question Looms Larger -

After one of several rounds of questions about his business last week, Keevon Morgan of Nashville said he thought he got caught in a political squeeze.

The comment came as the deputy county attorney, members of the Shelby County Beer Board and their attorney closed the board’s meeting Thursday to talk in private – presumably about who owns the restaurant Morgan recently opened in Southeast Shelby County.

50. The Daq Beer Permit Delayed After Closed Beer Board Conference -

A beer permit for a southeast Shelby County restaurant was delayed Thursday for a second time in as many months.

The Daq at 4202 Hacks Cross Road has gone from a typical Shelby County Beer Board case with holes in its application to a political minefield.

51. Beer Board Head Reacts to Alleged Influence Ploy -

 The head of the local Beer Board has complained that a deputy administrator to the County Commission tried to influence the board’s decision on a Hacks Cross Road business.

The complaint from Merrick Horne touched off an internal county government investigation last month in which commissioner James Harvey, Deputy Administrator for the Commission Clay Perry and attorney Ricky E. Wilkins gave sworn statements.

52. UPDATE: Beer Beef Prompts Probe -  

The head of the Shelby County Beer Board has complained that a deputy administrator to the Shelby County Commission tried to influence the board’s decision on a Hacks Cross Road bar.

The complaint from Merrick Horne touched off an internal county government investigation last month in which commissioner James Harvey, Deputy Administrator for the Commission Clay Perry and attorney Ricky E. Wilkins gave sworn statements.

Perry is running in the May 4 Democratic primary for Probate Court clerk. Harvey, a Democratic county commissioner, is seeking re-election in the same set of primaries.

At the center of the controversy is a beer permit sought by the owners of a recently opened nightspot called The Daq.

Danny Shaw, a real estate agent and acquaintance of Perry and Harvey, left a phone message for Harvey seeking help when a Beer Board vote was delayed last month. Shaw called on behalf of the alleged owner, Keevon Morgan, of Nashville.

In a report released Monday, Deputy County Atty. Danny Presley concluded the episode “was clearly an attempt by Mr. Shaw to circumvent the proper procedures of the Shelby County Beer Board by contacting an elected official and a high-ranking staff member of said body to achieve a certain result, which was the speedy issuance of a beer permit for Mr. Morgan.”

Presley concluded Shaw “enjoyed a comfortable familiarity with both Clay Perry and Commissioner Harvey.”

“It is critical to note that, notwithstanding the clear appearance of utilizing political influence to circumvent the process, there is no evidentiary proof at this time that either Mr. Perry or Commissioner Harvey accepted or solicited any form of gratuity in exchange for their services,” Presley wrote.

Neither Harvey nor Horne could be reached by press time.

The Beer Board, at its March 18 meeting, delayed action on the beer permit when it couldn’t determine who the owner of the nightspot was.

There were two leases, and as the board’s staff investigated, they got conflicting answers on which lease was valid, as they called and contacted the various names on both sets of paperwork.

The Daq held its grand opening days later, on March 22, without a beer permit.

Horne said he drove by, saw the opening and went in where he talked to someone else who said they were the owner.

On the day of the grand opening, Shaw left a message at the commission offices for Harvey, according to a County Commission e-mail. Perry was copied on the e-mail, which is a routine procedure in handling calls to commissioners.

The next evening, March 23, Horne got a call at home from Perry asking if the board could call a special meeting.

Horne said Perry asked what could be done to speed the application process for The Daq.

Perry agreed that he quizzed Horne about possibly calling a special meeting to consider The Daq’s permit application.

“Clay then inferred that the owners were ‘connected.’ (I took that to mean politically, although I cannot remember the specific statement to quote.),” Horne wrote.

Perry denied saying anything like that or trying to imply any kind of political power.

“I haven’t been paid anything,” Perry is quoted as saying at one point in the interview.

Perry said Harvey never discussed the matter with him, and that Harvey had not talked with Kenny Shaw before Perry called Horne.

Perry said Shaw made it “perfectly clear” that Morgan wanted a specially called meeting.

Harvey said he talked with Shaw.

“I said, ‘Call Clay and tell him what your problem is and he will let me know what I need to do thereafter,’” Harvey told Presley.

Perry called the investigation “silly” and “politically motivated,” as well as politically timed. The report surfaced the same week that early voting began in advance of the primaries.

Perry said he was responding to a call from a constituent, a primary task of the commission staff.

“You can write it any way you want, and in the end, I’m still staff,” Perry told The Daily News. “I’ve been doing constituent service for 15 years. That’s all that was – constituent service.”

Presley said the investigation was prompted by a phone call from Horne and authorized by Shelby County Commission chairwoman Joyce Avery. Perry said he is to meet Monday with Avery.

The Beer Board’s next meeting is Thursday . Presley told The Daily News at that time, the board will consider new questions about who owns The Daq.

“Unfortunately, there is a rather stark inconsistency or discrepancy between what was represented back on March 18 and what we received in document form,” Presley said.

Horne told Presley that after last month’s vote to delay, Wilkins asked how long it would take The Daq to get a permit. Wilkins is an assistant county attorney hired to advise the Beer Board.

Wilkins denied any attempt to sway Horne or the board.

“No one has lobbied anybody that I know of on the planet Earth about this application,” he told Presley. “I don’t know these people. I have had no affiliation with any of these people.”

Note: An earlier version of this story contained an incorrect location for The Daq. We regret the error.

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53. Memphis Attorney Censured by BPR -

The Tennessee Supreme Court Board of Professional Responsibility has publicly censured Memphis attorney Murray B. Wells of the law firm Horne & Wells PLLC.

54. Dover to Close Memphis Motorsports Park -

Dover Motorsports Inc., the owner of Memphis Motorsports Park, is waving the checkered flag and will end racetrack operations there, the company reported Friday.

55. Dover to Close Memphis Motorsports Park -

Dover Motorsports Inc., the owner of Memphis Motorsports Park, is waving the checkered flag and will end racetrack operations there, the company reported Friday.

56. Memphis Officer Fired After Drug Indictment -

Memphis Police said officer Lowell Duke has been fired after he was indicted on charges of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and crack.

57. Obama Speech to Students Sparks New Controversy -

DALLAS (AP), - When kids all across the country return to school Tuesday, some will see a welcoming message from President Barack Obama and some won't.

Obama's planned address to students has touched off yet another confrontation with Republican critics, who have battered the White House over health care and now accuse the president of foisting a political agenda on children.

58. Music of Duke Ellington To Kick Start BPACC Showcase Season -

The Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center (BPACC) kicks off its Showcase season with a tribute concert of the utmost sophistication. Jazz and blues singer Joyce Cobb and pianist Donald Brown will host a “Symphonic All-Duke Ellington Night” Saturday at 8 p.m.

59. Beale Street Merchants To Ban Guns -

Beale Street developer John Elkington calls it the “summer of discontent.”

It was the summer three years ago when the entertainment district cracked down on minors being on the street late at night and began screening the adults at different checkpoints along the street. Elkington remembers 650 knives being seized that first summer.

60. Why the Struggle to Control Beale Street Continues -

Eight blocks lie between the Shelby County Courthouse and Beale Street.

The courthouse’s seated representations of wisdom, justice, liberty and authority look southward toward the entertainment district. Sometimes, if the wind is blowing in the right direction, you can hear the band in Handy Park from the courthouse steps.

61. Dem Chairman Says Horne Won't Run for Governor -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Knoxville real estate developer Doug Horne has decided against joining the 2010 governor's race, state Democratic Party Chairman Chip Forrester said.

62. Beale St. Merchants Take City to Court -

The Beale Street Merchants Association has joined the thickening legal fray over the finances of the entertainment district.

The association filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Chancery Court against the city of Memphis, according to The Daily News Online, www.memphisdailynews.com. It came as the city’s attorney accused the district’s manager, Performa Entertainment, of “hiding behind” a protective order in another lawsuit.

63. Beale St. Merchants Take City to Court -

The Beale Street Merchants Association has joined the thickening legal fray over the finances of the entertainment district.

The association filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Chancery Court against the city of Memphis, according to The Daily News Online, www.memphisdailynews.com. It came as the city’s attorney accused the district’s manager, Performa Entertainment, of “hiding behind” a protective order in another lawsuit.

64. Horne: Dems Should Unite Behind Governor Candidate -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Former state Democratic Party chairman Doug Horne is calling for potential gubernatorial aspirants to rally behind a single strong candidate for 2010.

65. Pogue to Lead Public Affairs For Local Corps of Engineers -

Jim Pogue has been selected chief of the Public Affairs Office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District.

Pogue has worked for the Corps of Engineers for more than 19 years in public affairs positions. Pogue will be responsible for managing the Memphis District’s public information, internal communications and community relations programs.

66. Events -

Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects will host artists from Fred Rawlinson Studio today from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 1500 Union Ave. The show will run through Sunday. For more information, call Ciara Neill at 278-6868.

67. Beale Club Leaders, Council Members Discuss District -

Beale Street, one of the top tourism draws in the state, apparently could use a boost.

A small group of business owners and club operators on Beale last week hosted Memphis City Council members at a private lunch at Itta Bena restaurant above B. B. King’s Blues Club. The lunch was intended to serve as a meet-and-greet and a chance for stakeholders on Beale to share concerns with the council members.

68. Beale Street Merchant's Assn.Taps Horne as Director -      The Beale Street Merchant's Association has named Onzie Horne, a businessman with strong ties to Beale Street, as executive director.
     Horne, whose father was a musician and band director

69. Leadership Memphis Names Sessoms Board Chair -

Leadership Memphis has named Glenn Sessoms its board chair for 2007-2008. Sessoms is currently the vice president of the FedEx Memphis Hub Day Sort, where he manages 3,500 employees, four directors, 25 senior managers and 150 managers. He is a twice-decorated Five Star Award winner, the highest level of recognition at FedEx. Sessoms also is a 1997 graduate of the Leadership Memphis Executive Program.

70. Bredesen Names 4 New Trustees to UT Board - NASHVILLE (AP) - Gov. Phil Bredesen has named four businessmen, including a former Memphis Light, Gas & Water (MLGW) chairman, to fill vacancies on the University of Tennessee board of trustees, Bredesen's office has announced.

71. Miss. Accounting FirmOpens Office in Memphis -      The Jackson, Miss.-based accounting firm HORNE LLP has opened an office in Memphis at 1715 Aaron Brenner Drive in the Renaissance Center.
     HORNE's Memphis office initially will focus on a

72. Snider & Horner MovesFrom East to Farther East - Snider & Horner PLLC is moving its law offices from 7700 Poplar Ave. to the Corporate Gardens of Germantown at 9056 Stone Walk Place by Monday of next week.
The newly constructed building will have 7,000 square feet, as well as a private elevator

73. Case Management Software a Must-Have in Big Firms -

The latest survey by the American Bar Association's Technology Resource Center shows smaller firms and sole practition-ers are less likely to use case management software (CMS), and the trend appears to hold true in the Memphis area.

74. Local Law Firms Pull Staffing Switcharoos -

The old saying that the only constant is change appears to be true in the Memphis legal community, where attorneys and law firms continue to realign themselves.

"Firms are trying to make strategic alliances with other firms to best serve their clients," said Anne Fritz, executive director of the Memphis Bar Association. "It either seems to be sections of law firms in a specific area breaking off to form their own firm or, in the case of Young & Perl, which engaged mainly in labor and employment law, they decided they needed to be with a larger firm that has attorneys who practice in a variety of areas."

75. Local Attorneys Get Turn as Judge, Jury -

Starting over is the theme that fills every corner of David S. Kennedy's courtroom.

He is chief judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee, which each year hears more than 20,000 pleas from debtors looking for a financial fresh start.

76. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Land Near Poplar

Land Near Poplar

Financed for $3.2 Million

BMB & Associates LLC has financed 24.55 acres near Poplar Avenue and Calkins Road in Germantown for $3.2 million, according to The Daily News Public Records Database, www.memph...

77. Archived Article: Newsmakers - MAAR Elects Board of Directors

MPD Names Public Information Officer

Larry Godwin, interim director of the Memphis Police Department, selected Sgt. Vince Higgins to serve as the departments new public information officer. Higgins, a 14-year vet...

78. Archived Article: Law Focus - Law

Young Law Firm Strives to be Different

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

Its not about the money. Well, the money is nice but its also about helping people in court who really need it.

Theres the man beaten up by a security guard after b...

79. Archived Article: Memos - Maurice Wexler, a shareholder in Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwells Memphis office, was elected to the board of governors o

Maurice Wexler, a shareholder in Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwells Memphis office, was elected to the board o...

80. Archived Article: Memos - Timothy J

Timothy J. Miller was elected TBC Corp. vice president and treasurer. He joined TBC as assistant treasurer in 2002. Before joining TBC, Miller was vice president of the national department for First Tennessee National Corp. He earned a ...

81. Archived Article: Memos - Arthur E Arthur E. Horne III joined the Memphis office of Stokes Bartholomew Evans & Petree as an associate. Before joining Stokes, Horne worked as an associate with Glankler Brown PLLC in Memphis. His areas of practice include litigation, enter...

82. Archived Article: Da (lead) - DA GIBBONS PREPARES AS VIOLENT CRIME RISES Gibbons realigns violent crime team By MARY DANDO The Daily News Although violent crime rates fell consistently in the past three years, crime statistics show Memphis still ranks first in forcible rape and ...

83. Archived Article: Memos - Michael J Michael J. Donohoe was named as a new principal with Pickering Inc. A retired U.S. Coast Guard captain, Donohoe received a masters degree from Harvard University. Pickering Inc. also has added the following employees to its Memphis office:...

84. Archived Article: Memos - Mark VII names president William S. Harrison has been named senior vice president, treasurer/mergers and acquisitions, for Promus Hotel Corp. He formerly served as vice president, business development, for USF&G Corp. Harrison received a law deg...

85. Archived Article: Back-calvary - Episcopal bishop to speak Episcopal bishop to speak at Calvary Lenten series By DIANNA DEAREN The Daily News An Episcopal bishop and the leader of a Virginia seminary will speak this week as part of Calvary Episcopal Churchs 75th annual Lenten serie...

86. Archived Article: Back-1sttenn - 1st Tennessee reports 1st Tennessee reports earnings, stock split First Tennessee National Corp. announced net income increased 10 percent in 1997 to $197.5 million and earnings per share increased 15 percent to $3.08. The company also announced a t...

87. Archived Article: Memos - Steve Horne has joined the Memphis Redbirds as head groundskeeper Steve Horne has joined the Memphis Redbirds as head groundskeeper. He formerly was with the Birmingham Barons where he was voted the 1997 Southern League Groundskeeper of the Year. Ho...

88. Archived Article: Memos - Joseph Kyles, an assistant professor of education at Shelby State Community College, has been elected to serve as president of the Tennessee Young Democrats Joseph Kyles, an assistant professor of education at Shelby State Community College, has bee...