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Yarbro participated in a “round robin” discussion on Leadership and Service for the Nashville Bar Foundation Leadership Forum. Other participants in the discussion were Sharon Roberson of the YWCA, Alfred Degrafinreid of Leadership Nashville, and Dannelle Whiteside of Austin Peay State University. The NBFLF is a leadership program for attorneys in Nashville who have been practicing between three and eight years, designed to bring together emerging leaders to participate in monthly workshops over the course of nine months. This month’s workshop focused on Public and Legislative Service.
Tyler Yarbro traveled to Chattanooga to speak at Tennessee Freedom Circle’s first event outside of Nashville, as the organization expands its efforts to educate Tennesseans and advocate for reproductive freedom in Tennessee. To learn more about the organization, click here.
Tyler Yarbro, Appellate Counsel for Lindsey Lowe, filed the principal brief arguing why the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals should uphold the ruling of Honorable Dee David Gay of Sumner County granting Lindsey Lowe a new trial. Judge Gay found that Ms. Lowe’s right to a fair trial had been violated because the jury that voted to convict Ms. Lowe was biased. Judge Gay granted a new trial and the State appealed. The Tennessean wrote about Ms. Lowe’s case, quoting the brief filed by Tyler Yarbro. You can read the article here.
Due to inclement weather, our office in Germantown is closed, but all attorneys and staff are working remotely. You can still reach us by calling our main number or by email. Stay safe and warm!
Paul S. Parker was a featured presenter for the National Business Institute’s OnDemand Course on December 15, 2023. The program, entitled Tennessee Probate Process from Start to Finish, seeks to provide attorneys and other professionals a comprehensive overview of the entire probate process in Tennessee. Parker presented on “Tax Reporting and Post-Mortem Tax Matters,” discussing tax requirements and considerations that arise in the probate process.
If you missed the live presentation and would like to purchase the recording with a $50 discount, please click here and use code FPDN50A.
Parker practices in the areas of tax, estate planning and probate, small business, and corporation law.
“Pause awhile, and let my counsel sway you…” Friar Frances, Much Ado About Nothing, Act 4, Scene 1 Have you ever wondered about the use of demonstrative exhibits during appellate argument in Tennessee? Let me refer you to the rule---THERE ISN’T ONE! ...
–Margaret L. Behm, Founding Partner
–Tyler Chance Yarbro, Managing Partner
–Harlan Dodson, Founding Partner