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1. Immigration Atty. Suspended For Conduct Violations -

The Tennessee Supreme Court Board of Professional Responsibility has suspended for one year the license of Memphis immigration attorney Timothy Darnell Flowers for two dozen counts of misconduct.

2. Attorney Cobb Dies From Stroke Complications -

Charles Pittman Cobb, 87, died June 1 of complications following a stroke.

Cobb most recently worked at Evans & Petree PC. He joined the firm in 1949, became a senior partner and retired from the firm in 1984.

3. MBA Creates New Sections For IP, Gov’t Lawyers -

Memphis Bar Association President Ricky Wilkins announced this week that the MBA has launched two new sections – an Intellectual Property/Entertainment Law Section and the Government Lawyers Section.

4. Memphis Student Wins TBA Essay Contest -

The Memphis senior Matthew Street, who recently graduated from First Assembly Christian School in Cordova, has won first place in an annual essay contest sponsored by the Tennessee Bar Association. Second place went to eleventh-grader Joel Avey of McCallie School in Chattannoga.

5. MALS Receives Grant For Senior Assistance -

Memphis Area Legal Services Inc. announced Thursday it is a recipient of a $13,180 grant from the HW Durham Foundation.

6. TBA Honored Nationally for 4ALL Campaign -

The Tennessee Bar Association is being honored with a major national award for helping bring legal services to the poor.

TBA officials learned this week that the statewide organization will be the 2010 recipient of the Harrison Tweed Award, which is given jointly by the American Bar Association and the National Legal Aid and Defenders Association to honor “extraordinary achievements” in increasing access to legal services for the poor. The award will be presented at the ABA Annual Meeting in August.

7. Access to Justice Committee Recognized for Giving -

The Memphis Bar Association Access to Justice Committee placed third in the large-group category of Volunteer Mid-South’s Spirit of Giving Awards.

The committee oversees pro bono projects such as the weekly Attorney of the Day program at the Shelby County Courthouse, the monthly Saturday Legal Clinic and the Advance Directives initiative.

8. Memphis Atty’s License Reinstated After Disbarment -

The Tennessee Supreme Court on April 15 issued an order reinstating the law license of Memphis attorney Valerie Mann Horton.

9. U of M to Host Law School Dedication -

The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law will host its Public Dedication Ceremony and 23rd Annual University of Memphis Faculty Convocation Friday from 1:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

An open house and building tours will follow the scheduled events.

10. Tenn. Judicial Candidates Sign Campaign Code -

The Tennessee Bar Association announced Wednesday that approximately three-fourths of all the state’s judicial candidates vying for election this year have signed a campaign code “aimed at preserving public faith in the integrity of the justice system,” according to the TBA.

11. Tenn. Supreme Court Places Atty. on Disability -

On April 1, the Tennessee Supreme Court issued an order transferring the law license of William T. Maxwell Jr. to disability inactive status for an undetermined period of time.

Supreme Court Rule 9 allows the court to do so if “a lawyer is incapacitated to the extend that he cannot adequately practice law.”

12. Delta Reports $256 Million Q1 Loss, Sees Q2 Profit -

ATLANTA (AP) – Delta Air Lines Inc. blamed heavy winter storms and one-time expenses for propelling it to a $256 million loss during the first three months of the year, though it said Tuesday it expects a solidly profitable second quarter as the peak summer season ramps up.

13. U of M Honors Robilios For Continued Donations -

The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law recently recognized Shelby County Circuit Court Judge Kay Spalding Robilio, her husband, Victor L. Robilio Jr., and other family members for their contributions to the university.

14. Saddle Vineyards Apts. Face Foreclosure -

A first-run foreclosure notice appears on Page 34 for the Saddle Vineyards Apartments at 3752 Winchester Road.

15. Shelby County Attorney Suspended for Crimes -

The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility has reported it issued an order March 26 to suspend Shelby County attorney Darren James Scoggins, pursuant to Section 14 of Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 9.

16. HF Law Group Moves Offices East -

The HF Law Group PLLC has moved its main offices from Downtown to 3257 Sarazen’s Circle, across from the FedEx World Headquarters and Southwind TPC.

17. New Checkers Drive-Thru Opens on Getwell -

Checkers Drive-In Restaurants Inc. this week opened a new Checkers drive-thru restaurant at 1341 Getwell Road, just north of Kimball Avenue near Getwell’s interchange with Interstate 240.

18. Former TBA Prez Funeral Thursday -

Attorney Emanuel Peter “Manny” Scarmoutsos died April 4.

Scarmoutsos practiced law in Memphis for 49 years until he retired in 2009.

He was a former president of the Memphis Trial Lawyers Association and Tennessee Bar Association. Scarmoutsos served as an adjunct professor at then-Memphis State University, where he taught business law classes.

19. Hooks Institute to Hold Education Conference -

The University of Memphis Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change will sponsor a conference April 8-9 focusing on the debate about whether quality education should be a constitutional right.

20. FedEx Expands Int’l Economy Services -

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., continues to expand its FedEx International Economy Freight and FedEx International Economy services.

21. Memphis Gas Prices Fall 8 Cents -

The gas price Web site MemphisGasPrices.com reported Monday that average retail gas prices in Memphis have fallen 8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.59/gallon Monday.

22. WSHS Claims Mock Trial Championship -

White Station High School has won the 2010 Tennessee State Mock Trial Competition, held March 19-20 in Nashville.

WSHS faced St. Mary’s Episcopal School twice during the competition, once during the fourth round and again in the finals. St. Mary’s took second place in the state.

23. Local Gas Prices Rise More Than 3 Cents -

The average retail price of gasoline in Memphis has risen 3.3 cents per gallon compared to last week, averaging $2.69 a gallon.

The national average increased 3.6 cents a gallon in the past week, averaging $2.82 a gallon, according to the gasoline price Web site MemphisGasPrices.com.

24. Memphis Ad Firm Nabs Eight ADDY Awards -

Memphis-based Modern Production Concepts, a firm that makes TV, radio and new media advertisements, recently won eight awards in Mississippi’s American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards competition.

25. Memphis Gas Prices Rise 6 Cents -

Average retail gasoline prices in Memphis have risen 6 cents a gallon in the past week, averaging $2.67 a gallon, according to MemphisGasPrices.com.

26. Riverside Management Faces Three Foreclosures -

Three first-run foreclosure notices begin on Page 44 of today’s edition of The Daily News for properties owned by Riverside Management Group LLC. The company has defaulted on three loans through First Tennessee Bank NA.

27. Shelby Co. Lawyer Suspended Temporarily -

The Tennessee Supreme Court Board of Professional Responsibility issued an order Feb. 17 temporarily suspending the license of James H. Hoots, after finding Hoots had misused a client’s money.

The suspension went into effect immediately and Hoots can’t take any new cases and must stop representing current clients by March 19.

28. RBM Venture Files Two Loans on Cordova Lots -

RBM Partners LP and RBM Trinity LP, two related entities connected to RBM Venture Co., have filed $1.6 million and $700,000 loans, respectively, on two lots near Trinity and Dexter roads in Cordova.

29. Target Corp. Files Permit For Wolfchase Store -

Target Corp. has applied for an $800,000 permit with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement for a remodeling project at its store at 7989 U.S. 64 (Stage Road) near Wolfchase Galleria.

30. Baker Donelson Launches Homeless Pro Bono Clinic -

The Memphis office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC is working in conjunction with Memphis Area Legal Services Inc. and the Community Legal Cernter to launch the Homeless Experience Legal Protection (HELP) program.

31. Porter Strange Files $100M Wrongful Death Suit -

The Law Offices of Porter & Strange PLLC has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Family Dollar Stores of Tennessee and Michael Woods alleging the wrongful death of Derrick Hussey.

32. Shelby County Resident Charged With TennCare Fraud -

The Tennessee Office of the Inspector General announced Wednesday the arrest of a Shelby County resident who has been indicted for allegedly defrauding the TennCare program of more than $29,000.

The indictment charges Charline M. Jackson, 41, with one count of theft of services over $10,000, a Class C felony, and one count of TennCare fraud for making a false statement in order to appear eligible for the state-managed Medicaid program, which is a Class E felony.

33. Nucor Files Permit For Quality Control Building -

Nucor Steel Memphis Inc. has applied for a $501,000 industrial building permit with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement.

34. Memphis Atty. Censured By Tenn. Supreme Court -

Archie Sanders III, principal of the East Memphis-based Sanders Law Firm, last week was publicly censured by the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Responsibility.

35. Christ Way Community Faces Foreclosure -

A first-run foreclosure notice appears beginning on Page 37 of today’s edition of The Daily News for property owned by Christ Way Community Church at 1264 Florida St. in South Memphis, just south of McLemore Avenue.

36. Madison Garage Partners Files Permit for Renovation -

Madison Garage Partners applied this month for a $500,000 permit for renovations to its parking facility at 60 Madison Avenue across from The Metro 67 apartment building.

37. 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.

38. BPR Publicly Censures Two Memphis Attorneys -

The Tennessee Supreme Court Board of Professional Responsibility last week publicly censured two Memphis attorneys in separate incidents.

Paul Forrest Craig, a solo practitioner, was censured by the BPR for failing to draft or file documents to establish a conservatorship for his client’s son.

39. MCS to Use Programs By Houghton Mifflin -

Memphis City Schools and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced this week the two will partner for the school system’s pre-K through third-grade Learning Continuum by adopting two of HMH’s reading programs, “Destination Reading” and “Bailey’s Book House.”

40. FedEx Express Introduces New Boeing Service to China -

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., is improving its international express shipping options with the introduction of its first Boeing 777 Freighter (777F) service in Shanghai.

41. Tenn. Sees Negative Tax Revenue Growth in Dec. -

The state’s fiscal year that began July 1 is continuing its trend of negative tax revenue growth. State Finance and Administration Commissioner Dave Goetz announced Wednesday state revenue collections last month – which reflected November retail sales activity – sat at $766.7 million, $54.2 million below budget.

42. Bloomingold LLC Buys Three East Memphis Lots -

Bloomingold LLC has bought for $2.2 million two parcels on Reese Road and one on Kirby-Whitten Road. The seller was Double A Oil Co. LLC. The sale closed Dec. 29.

43. Gramercy Park Townhomes Sell for $3.3M -

Gramercy Apartments LLC has purchased for $3.3 million the Gramercy Park Townhomes at 6405 Gillespie Road in Memphis. The seller was Gramercy Ventures LLC, an apparently related entity. Gramercy Apartments LLC was formed Dec. 17, just three days before the sale closed.

44. Memphis Attorney Suspended By State Board -

Charles A. Sevier of the Memphis firm Eskins King & Sevier PC was suspended Dec. 23 by the Tennessee Supreme Court.

Sevier violated state disciplinary rules by “failing to inform his client that he had an affair with the client’s wife prior to representing him in a divorce proceeding against his wife,” according to a statement from the Board of Professional Responsibility. These actions violated state Supreme Court Rule 8 and the Rules of Professional Conduct 1.7 (conflict of interest) and 8.4 (misconduct).

45. Butler Snow Attys. Honored As Super Lawyers -

Thirty-one attorneys from Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada PLLC have been selected for inclusion in the 2009 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers, with nine of those attorneys in the firm’s Memphis office.

46. TBA Programs Nominated For Advancing America -

Two Tennessee Bar Association community service programs have been nominated for the American Society of Association Executive’s “Associations Advance America Awards.”

The Justice 4ALL and Tennessee Celebrates Pro Bono projects, both major initiatives to enhance attorney volunteer services throughout the state, were the honored programs.

47. Seven Farris Bobango Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers -

Seven attorneys at Farris Bobango Branan PLC have been named to the 2010 edition of Best Lawyers in America in their respective practice areas.

The attorneys are John A. Bobango, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, securities law and tax venture capital law; John M. Farris, government relations law; Homer B. Branan III, land use and zoning law; Robert S. Kirk, land use and zoning law; Anita I. Lotz, banking and real estate law; Marye Helen Owen, corporate and timber law; and Barry F. White, real estate law.

48. Ford & Harrison Gives Food In Lieu of Gifts -

Ford & Harrison LLP, a national labor and employment law firm with a Memphis office, recently announced that instead of giving client gifts this holiday season, the firm will make donations to a food bank in each city the firm has a presence.

49. Burch Porter Attys Honored By Mid-South Super Lawyers -

Fourteen attorneys at Burch, Porter & Johnson PLLC have been included in the 2009 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers.

50. Johnson Big Winner at MBA YLD Elections -

Shon Johnson, an associate at Black McLaren Jones Ryland & Griffee PC, was elected vice president/president-elect at the Memphis Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division’s annual meeting and elections Thursday night.

51. Shelby County Resident Charged with TennCare Fraud -

A Shelby County man has been charged with TennCare fraud, allegedly trying to fill a forged prescription for the painkiller Lortab.

The state Office of Inspector General announced Wednesday the arrest of Seth Dondeville, 20, of Memphis. He is charged with one count of TennCare fraud and one count of attempting to obtain a controlled substance by forgery.

52. Memphis Attorney Censured By State High Court -

Scott Thomas Beall, a Memphis solo practitioner, was censured Oct. 29 by the Tennessee Supreme Court for violating Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4 (Misconduct), according to a statement released Friday by the state Board of Professional Responsibility.

53. Attorney’s License Reinstated After Second Suspension -

Memphis lawyer Michael Edward Latimore has been reinstated to the practice of law by an Order of the Tennessee Supreme Court entered Nov. 3, according to the state Board of Professional Responsibility.

54. Two Tipton Co. Residents Charged With TennCare Fraud -

The Office of Inspector General has charged Tipton County resident Lana Jo Ralph, 32, with misrepresenting her finances to obtain TennCare health care benefits and food stamps. Lana Ralph’s mother-in-law, Donna E. Ralph, 62, has been accused of aiding and abetting her daughter-in-law in the crime.

55. AWA Marks 30 Years With Supreme Court CLE -

The Association for Women Attorneys today will host Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Janice H. Holder and Justices Cornelia A. Clark and Sharon G. Lee as part of its 30th anniversary celebration. The continuing legal education course will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Memphis Botanic Garden’s Hardin Hall, 750 Cherry Road.

56. Former Bartlett City Attorney McCrary Passes Away; Services Held Today -

George D. McCrary III, former city prosecutor, city attorney and municipal judge for the city of Bartlett, died Thursday in home of complications from pancreatic cancer. He was 66 years old.

McCrary received his juris doctorate from the University of Tennessee School of Law in 1970, and in 1979 opened his Bartlett-based private practice.

57. Two Memphis Residents Charged With TennCare Fraud -

The Tennessee Office of Inspector General announced Wednesday two Memphis residents have been charged in separate cases with TennCare fraud. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office assisted in making the arrests.

58. Cohen Examines Legal Service Demands -

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Memphis and the chairman of the U.S. House Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law (CAL), recently held a hearing to examine the growing casework demands of the Legal Services Corp.

59. Abner Building Borrows $1.3M For Collierville Property -

Abner Building Co. LLC has taken out an open-end mortgage for $1.3 million from Hardin County Bank for 1.34 acres in Collierville’s Ballard Property Planned Development. Abner took out the loan Oct. 12, although the deed is just now showing up in public records.

60. Services Scheduled For Divorce Referee Odell -

Services for Patricia Ann Odell will be Saturday at noon at Washington Chapel CME Church at 68 E. Mitchell Road. Visitation will be Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday in the church’s Washington Chapel.

61. Legal Community Mourns Odell’s Passing -

Shelby County Divorce Referee Patricia Ann Odell passed away Monday. The cause of death had not been released by press time.

62. Obama Nominates Nashville Attorney to Sixth Circuit -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Obama said he was honored to nominate Nashville attorney Jane Stranch to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Stranch is a partner at Branstetter Stranch & Jennings PLLC. She practices in labor and employment law, employee benefits/ERISA and utilities law. She received her juris doctorate from Vanderbilt University School of Law.

63. USTA TournamentComes to Tunica -      The United States Tennis Association Pro Challenger tournament is coming to Tunica May 3-10 at Tunica National Golf and Tennis.
     The Fitz Casino & Hotel will host players in the tournament at the casino's newly renovated hotel.
     Tunica National is both the title sponsor and the event location, and the event will be free to the public during the qualifying rounds and daily main matches. The finals will be held May 10.

This report compiled by Rosalind Guy with contributions from reporters Andy Meek and Eric Smith, editorial assistant Rebekah Hearn and The Associated Press.


64. House Leaders, PaulsonNegotiate on Stimulus Bill -      Top House leaders and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Wednesday tallied the cost of measures to jolt the economy out of its slump as the three sought a swift bipartisan deal on a recovery package that could move through

65. 30-Year Mortgage RatesHit Five-Month Low -      Rates on 30-year mortgages fell for the third straight week, dropping to the lowest level in five months.
     Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, reported Thursday that 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages dipped to 6.24 percent last week, down from 6.26 percent the previous week.
     It was the third straight weekly decline after rates hit 6.40 percent. Analysts attributed the decreases to mounting evidence the economy is starting to slow.
     "Reports of weaker consumer spending in September and a decline in manufacturing activity in October kept mortgages at bay," said Frank Nothaft, chief economist at Freddie Mac.
     Mortgage rates fell across the board last week.
     Rates on 15-year fixed-rate mortgages, a popular choice for refinancing, averaged 5.90 percent, down from 5.91 percent the previous week.
     Rates on five-year adjustable rate mortgages averaged 5.89 percent, down from 5.98 percent the previous week.
     Rates on one-year adjustable-rate mortgages dropped to 5.50 percent, down from 5.57 percent the previous week.
     The mortgage rates do not include add-on fees known as points. Thirty-year fixed-rate mortgages carried a nationwide average fee of 0.4 point while 15-year mortgages and five-year ARMs carried an average fee of 0.5 point. The one-year ARM carried an average fee of 0.6 point.
     A year ago, 30-year mortgages stood at 6.33 percent, 15-year mortgages were at 6.04 percent, five-year ARMs averaged 6.08 percent and one-year ARMs were at 5.55 percent.
     The worst slump in housing in more than two decades worsened in recent months in the face of rising mortgage defaults that triggered a severe credit crunch that has roiled financial markets since August.
     Many homeowners are having trouble making higher payments now that their low introductory ARMs are resetting to higher rates. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke estimated Thursday in congressional testimony that an average of 450,000 subprime mortgages - loans offered to borrowers with weak credit histories - will reset each quarter through the end of 2008.

This report compiled by Rosalind Guy with contributions from research analyst Kate Simone, editorial assistant Rebekah Hearn and The Associated Press.


66. Moody's Upgrades Tenn. Bond Rating -      Moody's Investors Service on Thursday upgraded Tennessee's bond rating following Gov. Phil Bredesen's recent presentation to New York rating agencies.

67. Baker Donelson AttorneysHonored by Chambers USA -      The 2007 edition of business lawyer directory Chambers USA has named 28 attorneys at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC as leading practitioners. Attorneys from the firm's offices in Memphis, Atlanta, Birm

68. Olympic MedalistMakes Stop in Memphis -      Olympic snowboarder, bronze medalist and liver transplant recipient Chris Klug will be the featured guest at a reception for The Transplant Resource Center at Methodist University Hospital's Transplant Institute today at

69. Tennessee House LowersLottery Scholarship GPA -      The state House on Monday passed a measure to lower the cumulative grade-point average needed to maintain a lottery scholarship.
     Under the plan sponsored by House Education Chairman Les Winningham, D-Huntsville, students would need to maintain a 2.75 GPA to keep their scholarships. Students currently lose their scholarships if their GPA drops below 3.0 after their first year.
     The House bill differs from the Senate version headed for a floor vote that would maintain the current standards for students at four-year schools.
     Both versions would increase the annual scholarship from $3,800 to $4,000.
     The House passed the bill on a 94-1 vote.

This report compiled by Rosalind Guy with contributions from reporters Andy Meek, Eric Smith and Amy O. Williams, research analyst Kate Simone, editorial assistant Rebekah Hearn and The Associated Press.


70. Sustainable Design Demo HomeCloser to Uptown Reality -      The Center for Sustainable Design at the University of Memphis will break ground on its sustainable design demonstration house in Memphis' Uptown neighborhood June 12. The site is at the northeast corner of North Main St

71. MALS' Hurricane Recovery WorkHonored With $65K Check -      Memphis Area Legal Services Inc. (MALS) will be presented with a hefty check for work it's done on the Katrina/Rita Legal Assistance Project.

72. Peace is a Jam Session Not to Be Missed -

I don't consider myself a religious person - at least not in recent years - but I do have a favorite prayer that serves as the last bastion of my Catholic upbringing.

It's attributed to St. Francis of Assisi. Born in 1181 or 1182 in Italy, St. Francis is the founder of the Franciscan Order of priests. He would have been my patron saint if I'd ever made my confirmation, one of the seven sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church. The others include baptism, confession, communion, marriage, holy orders and last rites.

73. Wright Medical ReportsRecord Quarter Net Sales -      Wright Medical Group Inc. has reported net sales for first quarter of $94.3 million, a 9 percent increase over the $86.3 million the company declared for the same period the year before.

74. $6.7M 'Cybrary' Tops List Of St. Agnes-St. Dominic Changes -

4830 Walnut Grove Road
Memphis, TN 38117
Permit Cost: $4.5 million

Project Cost: $10 million (all capital improvements)

75. Eighth Jubilee School to Get New Building in '08 -

3575 Emerald St.
Memphis, TN 38115
Permit Cost: $2 million

Project Cost: $3.2 million (phase one)