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VOL. 115 | NO. 70 | Thursday, April 12, 2001

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The Memphis Bar Association presents Tips on Bankruptcy Chapter 11 from 9 a The annual spring "Employee Benefits Law and Practice Update" will be shown by tape delay at noon May 18 at the Memphis Bar Association, One Conference Square, Suite 1050. The event focuses on new proposed regulations for minimum required distributions under Section 401(a)(9), recent developments for Section 401(k) plans, new determination letter procedure, new split-dollar insurance guidance, and merger and acquisition issues. The update is approved for continuing legal education credit. To register, send $175 to American Law Institute-American Bar Association, 4025 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa., 19104-3099. St. Marys Episcopal Schools mock trial team defeated Houston High School for the second consecutive year in the finals of regional competition. St. Marys then competed in Nashville, Tenn., and placed fourth in the state. The mock trial competition, sponsored by the Young Lawyers Association of the Tennessee Bar Association, gives students a chance to experience all facets of the courtroom. This year, 25 teams competed in the state competition. Members of St. Marys winning team were Luisa Peredo, Victoria Corder and Caroline Gardner, attorneys; and Wendi Muse, Lindsey Coates, Courtney Taylor, Kate McCalla, Kathryn Baillie and Shelby Deeney, witnesses. The girls worked with coaches Tim Smith, Phyllis Gardner, Valerie Corder and Angie Gardner. A Rhodes College team took second place in the national collegiate mock trial championship in Des Moines, Iowa, in March. On the way to meeting first-place winner Miami University of Ohio in the final round, Rhodes defeated the University of Dayton, the University of Notre Dame, Macalester College and Yale University. A second Rhodes team placed ninth in the competition. Named All-American attorneys in the tournament were David Adams, a junior political science major from Florida and Jennifer Keirce, a junior political science major from Collierville. Named All-American witnesses were senior Laura Bauer, a history and Spanish major from Alabama; Debra Hall, a junior business administration major from Memphis; and Naomi Long, a junior political science major from Texas. Rhodes teams have placed in the top 10 in the nation for the past 12 years. Rhodes is the only institution to win back-to-back national championships.
RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 0 133 1,342
MORTGAGES 0 131 1,047
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 0 19 170
BUILDING PERMITS 0 277 3,028
BANKRUPTCIES 25 98 716
BUSINESS LICENSES 4 26 302
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 0 0 0
MARRIAGE LICENSES 0 0 0