VOL. 116 | NO. 124 | Thursday, June 27, 2002
The Memphis Bar Association securities section presents the Securities
Section Spring Seminar from 1 p
The Memphis Bar Association securities section presents the
Securities Section Spring Seminar from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at Morgan
Keegan & Co., 50 N. Front St., second floor. Speakers include Daphne D.
Smith, Cora M. Alston, Larry D. Burton, Dale B. Clements, Robert E. Moore Jr.,
Maliaka Bass EssamelDin and Kevin Bartels. Discussion leaders will delve into
2001 amendments to the Tennessee Securities Act of 1980, the 2002 Investment
Adviser Representative bill and revisions to the Churchbond Guidelines. The
course offers two hours of general continuing legal education credit. Cost is
$45 for section members, $50 for MBA members, $60 for non-MBA members and $30
for non-attorneys or those who do not need CLE credit.
Former Vice President Al Gore is scheduled to deliver the
keynote address at the Shelby County Democratic Partys sixth annual Kennedy
Day Dinner at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Holiday Inn-University of Memphis, 3700
Central Ave. Tickets to a private reception and dinner are $250. Tickets to the
dinner only are $125. Reserved tables of eight are available by calling Norma
Lester, 539-1447, or Vicky Lyon, 758-1432. Call Mal Hooker, 638-4863; Matt
Kuhn, 289-5846; Vicky Lyon, 758-1432; or Norma Lester, 539-1447 to purchase
tickets and for information.
The Shelby County Republican Women's Club will host GOP
candidates for the 7th Congressional District seat being vacated by Ed Bryant
at the July 8 meeting at the Racquet Club, 5111 Sanderlin Ave. The public is
invited to hear state Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Lakeland physician Sonny Carlotta,
attorney David Kustoff, state Sen. Mark Norris, attorney Forrest Shoaf, Randy
Starkey and city council member Brent Taylor. The 11 a.m. meeting will be
followed by lunch. For reservations, call Freddie Ashley-Smith by July 3,
524-1082. For additional information, call Pat Wainwright, SCRWC program chair,
937-8935, or e-mail Nona Miller at email@example.com.
Effective Monday, the Criminal Court Clerk will accept
pleadings, motions and other papers presented for filing on letter size or
legal size paper. March 14, the state Supreme Court adopted a rule making it
mandatory to use letter size paper only by July 1, 2003. After that date, the
Criminal Court Clerks office will no longer accept filings on anything other
than letter size paper.