VOL. 119 | NO. 134 | Thursday, July 28, 2005
Cordova residents, leaders seek better control of growth
Ben Franklin's proverb about "death and taxes" only needs to be tweaked slightly when describing the northeast Memphis community of Cordova. There, it's concern over taxes and annexation that has residents worried over what the future holds.
Under Tennessee law, men are now eligible to take time off work to give birth, nurse a baby or adopt a child. Or at least that's what a bill passed in May in the General Assembly seems to say. But the language of the new bill has left some attorneys confused and wondering if litigation might follow.
Memphis attorney David Pickler announced the opening last month of Pickler Wealth Advisors, a new firm dedicated to comprehensive wealth advisory services. In addition to his financial and estate planning business and law practice, Pickler serves as chairman of the Shelby County Board of Education.