TBALink Opinion-Flash

June 17, 1998 -- Volume #4 -- Number #094

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CHARLES O. WRIGHT
vs.
MILLER TRANSPORTER, INC.        
and THE HOME INSURANCE CO.
vs.
LARRY BRINTON, JR.,             
DIRECTOR                    
DIVISION OF WORKERS'        
COMPENSATION, TENNESSEE 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR,        
SECOND INJURY FUND

Court:TSC - Workers Comp Panel

Attorneys: 

                        For the Appellees       
For the Appellant       Miller Transporters     For the Appellee
Charles O. Wright:      and Home Ins. Co.:      Second Injury Fund:

Donald A. Donati        Carroll C. Johnson, III John Knox Walkup
629 Poplar Ave.         1698 Monroe Ave.        Atty. Gen. & Reporter
Memphis, TN  38105      Memphis, TN  38104
                                                Dianne Stamey Dycus
                                                Senior Counsel
                                                CIVIL DIVISION
                                                425 Fifth Avenue N 
                                                2nd Fl. 
                                                Cordell Hull Bldg.
                                                Nashville, TN  37243 
                         
Judge:BYERS

First Paragraph:

The trial judge found the plaintiff had failed to show that injuries
he received on November 2, 1990 arose out of and in the course of his
employment, and the plaintiff's suit was dismissed.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TSC_WCP/wrightch_opn.WP6
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IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM F.      
BURTON, JR., Deceased,  
BOBBI BURTON MILLER, Executrix
vs.
PAUL T. HOUSCH, ADMINISTRATOR    
C.T.A., D.B.N.

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Charles A. Trost, #4079
Joseph A. Woodruff, #12869
Michael G. Stewart, #16920
WALLER, LANSDEN, DORTCH & DAVIS
511 Union Street, Suite 2100
Nashville, TN 37219
ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLANT

Frankie E. Wade, #6163
HILL AND BOREN
1269 North Highland Avenue
P.O. Box 3539
Jackson, TN 38303-3539
ATTORNEY FOR APPELLEE/CROSS APPELLANT
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

This appeal involves an interlocutory order of the Probate Court
surcharging the executrix, Bobbi Burton Miller, for misfeasance to the
extent of $150,179.23 plus prejudgment interest.  The executrix
resigned, and an administrator, C.T.A., D.B.N. (with will annexed, for
further administration) represented the estate in Probate Court and
this Court.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/burtonwf_opn.WP6
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IN THE MATTER OF:           
S.M.L., (DOB 12/26/88),     
C.B.L., (DOB 4/14/92),          
D.K.J., (DOB 5/8/93),                                   
Children under the age of 18.

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

For the Appellants:             For the State of Tennessee:

Nan Shelby Calloway             John Knox Walkup
Clarksville, Tennessee          Attorney General and Reporter

                                Douglas Earl Dimond
                                Assistant Attorney General
                          

Judge:KOCH

First Paragraph:

This appeal involves the termination of a mother's parental rights to
three of her children who are between five and ten years of age. 
Almost four years after the children had been removed from their
mother's custody, the Department of Children's Services filed a
petition in the Dickson County Juvenile Court to terminate the
mother's parental rights.  Following a two-day hearing, the juvenile
court terminated the mother's parental rights in accordance with Tenn.
Code Ann. S 36-1-113(g)(3)(A) (Supp. 1997).  On this appeal, the
mother asserts that the juvenile court's findings are not supported by
clear and convincing evidence and that the trial court should have
left the record open to enable her to present additional evidence of
her parental fitness.  We affirm the judgment terminating the mother's
parental rights because the Department has presented clear and
convincing evidence establishing the statutory grounds for terminating
the mother's parental rights and demonstrating that the children's
interests will be best served if they can be integrated into a stable
and permanent home as soon as possible.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/childsv_opn.WP6
URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/childsc_con.WP6
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OLAN ENGLAND and            
ROBERT WHITLEY
vs.
SELECT SIRES, INC., P. D. LIGGETT,  
and TENNESSEE ARTIFICIAL        
BREEDING ASSOCIATION

Court:TCA

Attorneys: 

BILLY C. JACK
Columbia, Tennessee
DOUGLAS E. JONES
Nashville, Tennessee
Attorneys for Appellant Tennessee
Artificial Breeding Association

R. STEPHEN DOUGHTY
WEED, HUBBARD, BERRY & DOUGHTY
Nashville, Tennessee
WALTER W. BUSSART
BUSSART & MEDLEY
Lewisburg, Tennessee
Attorney for Appellees

Judge:HIGHERS

First Paragraph:

One of the defendants, Tennessee Artificial Breeding Association
("TABA"), has appealed from a jury verdict in favor of plaintiffs,
Olan England ("England"), in the amount of $77,840.54, and Robert
Whitley ("Whitley") in the amount of $183,362, which the trial court
reduced to $120,000 via a remittitur.  TABA further appeals the jury
verdict finding an ostensible agency relationship between TABA and
artificial insemination technician P.D. Liggett ("Liggett").

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/englando_opn.WP6
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ELAINE FAGG and THOMAS FAGG
vs.
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Michelle M. Benjamin, #0012377
P.O. Box 177
Winchester, Tennessee 37398
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS/APPELLANTS

Ben P. Lynch, #003246
LYNCH, LYNCH & LYNCH
P.O. Box 310
Winchester, Tennessee 37398
ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT/APPELLEE
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

This suit arises from the injury of a pedestrian by stepping into a
hole in or near the edge of the paved county road.  The Trial Judge
rendered summary judgment in favor of the county on the ground that
the county owed no duty to a pedestrian.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/fagget_opn.WP6
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PHILLIP E. HALL
vs.
COMMISSIONER DONAL CAMPBELL, et al

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Phillip E. Hall, pro se 
Henning, Tennessee
                            
JOHN KNOX WALKUP
Attorney General & Reporter
KIMBERLY J. DEAN
Assistant Attorney General
Nashville, Tennessee
Attorney for Appellees                            

Judge:HIGHERS

First Paragraph:

This case involves a petition for writ of certiorari filed by a state
prisoner in the chancery court sitting at Lauderdale County. 
Appellant/prisoner, Phillip E. Hall ("Hall"), challenges the outcome
of a disciplinary proceeding brought against him.  The trial court
dismissed the suit by order entered on December 1, 1997, finding that
appellant had failed to file his petition for writ of certiorari
within the sixty day period required by Tenn. Code Ann. S 27-9-102,
and that he had failed to file his petition for writ of certiorari in
Davidson County.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/hallpe_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

HARPETH VALLEY UTILITIES         
DISTRICT OF DAVIDSON AND         
WILLIAMSON COUNTIES
vs.
THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT
OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY

RAY BELL, GLENDA BELL, WILLIAM 
COBLE, DR. ROY PARKER, JIMMY     
JONES, WESLEY BARNES, FANNIE C. 
BUCHANAN, KEITH VAUGHN, JOEL   
CHEEK, DANNY GRAVES, EDDIE   
GRAVES, JERRY GRAVES, ANNIE K.   
GRAVES, MACK AND WANDA       
LOVELL, JOE COLLIER, JIM          
FESMIRA, MAC KELL, THOMAS    
ROGERS, GENE ROGERS, AND          
GEORGE ROGERS

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Val Stanford, #3316
GULLETT, SANFORD, ROBINSON & MARTIN, PLLC
230 Fourth Avenue North, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 198888
Nashville, Tennessee 37219-8888

Robert E. Parker, #2756
George A. Dean, #6737
PARKER, LAWRENCE, CANTRELL & DEAN
Fifth Floor, 200 Fourth Avenue, North
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF/APPELLANT

George E. Barrett, #2672
Phillip A. Purcell, #14453
J. Bryan Lewis, #15116
BARRETT, JOHNSTON & PARSLEY
217 Second Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Stephen O. Nunn, #9069
ATTORNEYS FOR INTERVENOR-DEFENDANTS/APPELLEES

Wesley G. Weeks, #18267
204 Metro Courthouse
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANT/APPELLEE
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

The origin of the present controversy is the plan of the Harpeth
Valley Utility District to construct and operate a wastewater disposal
facility in an area of Davidson County known as "Bell's Bend."  The
basic question on appeal is whether the planning and zoning
authorities of Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson
County have jurisdiction to regulate the proposed facility.  The Trial
Court rendered summary judgment that the local authorities had such
jurisdiction.  The utility appealed to this Court.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/harpethv_opn.WP6
URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/harpeth_con.WP6
Opinion-Flash

IN RE:                  
ESTATE OF HAROLD JENKINS        
                        
CLAIM OF BILLY R. PARKS
vs.
ESTATE OF HAROLD JENKINS

Court:TCA

Attorneys: 

JAMES C. McBROOM
JONATHAN R. STEPHENS
211 Printers Alley, Suite 502
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
    Attorneys for Appellant

DENTY CHEATHAM
ROSE PALERMO
43 Music Square West
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
    Attorneys for Appellee                         

Judge:CANTRELL

First Paragraph:

The sole question in this appeal is whether the appellant had a
binding oral contract entitling him to a $20,000 bonus after twenty
years of service to his employer.  The Probate Court of Sumner County
denied the claim.  We affirm.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/jenkinsh_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

BILLY RAY LONG and VICKY LONG
vs.
LANDMARK TELEVISION OF TENNESSEE,   
INC., and JAMES E. NORTON, Individually

Court:TCA

Attorneys: 

James L. Harris, #14173
2400 Crestmoor Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS/APPELLANTS

Leilani Boulware, #15656
HARWELL, HOWARD, HYNE, GABBART & MANNER, P.C.
1800 First American Center
315 Deaderick Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37238
ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANTS/APPELLEES
                         
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

The captioned plaintiffs have appealed from a summary dismissal of
their joint suit against the employer of Mr. Long and his superior for
alleged emotional injury resulting from verbal and physical harassment
of Mr. Long by said supervisor.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/longbr_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

CHARLES MONTAGUE
vs.
TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF   
CORRECTIONS

Court:TCA

Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

The appellant has filed a petition to rehear which has been examined
and found to be without merit.  It is therefore denied.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/montague_ord.WP6
Opinion-Flash

NATIONAL HEALTHCARE, L.P.
vs.
SPARTA MEDICAL INVESTORS      
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP and the       
TENNESSEE HEALTH FACILITIES   
COMMISSION

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

James L. Harris, #14173
2400 Crestmoor Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS/APPELLANTS

Leilani Boulware, #15656
HARWELL, HOWARD, HYNE, GABBART & MANNER, P.C.
1800 First American Center
315 Deaderick Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37238
ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANTS/APPELLEES
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

The appellant has filed a respectful petition to rehear requesting the
deletion from page 7 of the opinion of this Court of the words, "The
existing facility has no skilled nursing beds."

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/nathealt_ord.WP6
Opinion-Flash

NATIONAL HEALTHCARE, L.P.
vs.
SPARTA MEDICAL INVESTORS    
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP and the     
TENNESSEE HEALTH FACILITIES 
COMMISSION

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Robert B. Littleton
Kathryn Ladd
TRABUE, STURDIVANT & DeWITT
2500 Nashville City Center
511 Union Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF/APPELLANT

John Knox Walkup
Attorney General and Reporter

Michelle Hohnke Joss
Assistant Attorney General
Second Floor, Cordell Hull Building
425 Fifth Avenue, North
Nashville, Tennessee 37243
ATTORNEYS FOR THE TENNESSEE HEALTH FACILITIES
COMMISSION/DEFENDANT/APPELLEE

Jerry W. Taylor
WYATT, TARRANT & COMBS
511 Union Street, Suite 1500
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
ATTORNEY FOR SPARTA MEDICAL INVESTORS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

This appeal involves an existing health care facility in Sparta,
Tennessee and a proposal to build a second health care facility in the
same city.  The existing facility opposed the construction of the new
facility, but the Tennessee Health Facilities Commission (hereafter,
Commission) granted a certificate of need (hereafter CON) authorizing
the construction of the new facility.  The existing facility
petitioned for judicial review.  The Trial Court affirmed the order of
the Commission, and the existing facility appealed to this Court.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/nationhc_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

RUTH PHARES
vs.
KITTIE MYATT, ED.D.

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

JAMES L. HARRIS
2400 Crestmoor Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Attorney for Plaintiff/Appellant

NOEL F. STAHL
E. TODD PRESNELL
Suite 2700, Nashville City Center
511 Union Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
Attorney for Defendant/Appellee
                          
Judge:CANTRELL

First Paragraph:

A licensed practical nurse filed suit against a psychological examiner
who evaluated her after the nurse's license was suspended for
professional misconduct.  The plaintiff claimed that as a result of a
negligent report by the examiner, her license reinstatement was
conditioned on the completion of unnecessary treatment for drug and
alcohol abuse, leading her to suffer severe emotional distress.  The
trial court granted summary judgment for the defendant psychological
examiner.  We affirm.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/pharesr_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

CATHY P. SPRAYBERRY-GRAVITT
vs.
DAVID BAKER, Director of    
Schools for the CLARKSVILLE-        
MONTGOMERY COUNTY   
SCHOOLS and     
THE CLARKSVILLE-    
MONTGOMERY COUNTY   
BOARD OF EDUCATION

Court:TCA
         
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

We have reviewed appellee's Petition to Rehear.  Counsel correctly
points out that the Education Improvement Act of 1992 specified
certain duties in the County Administration of education.  The two
sections cited [T.C.A. 49-2-301(f)(10) and T.C.A. 49-2-203(a)(1)] do
refer to "recommendation" of the superintendent to the local board of
education.  It is the duty of the superintendent to recommend teachers
who qualify and the board "elects" such teachers to tenure status as
it deems appropriate.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/sprayg_ord.WP6
Opinion-Flash

IN THE MATTER OF:           
T.J.H., (DOB 7/29/95)           
and                     
M.S.M., (DOB 5/29/91)   
(Children under the age of 18)      

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

Guardian ad litem:          For the Respondents/Appellants:

Clifford K. McGown, Jr.     Janet S. Kelley
Waverly, Tennessee          Waverly, Tennessee
                          
Judge:KOCH

First Paragraph:

This appeal involves the termination of the parental rights of two
persons who have a history of serious mental illnesses.  The two
children at issue in this case were temporarily removed from their
parents' custody in mid-1996 following the hospitalization of the
younger child for poisoning.  In April 1997, the children's guardian
ad litem filed a petition in the Chancery Court for Humphreys County
seeking to terminate parental rights.  Following a bench trial, the
trial court entered an order terminating parental rights pursuant to
Tenn. Code Ann. S 36-1-113(g)(3)(A) (Supp. 1997).  On this appeal, the
parents assert that the trial court's decision is not supported by
clear and convincing evidence.  We have carefully evaluated the record
and have determined that it contains clear and convincing evidence to
support the termination of these parents' parental rights.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/tjh_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

VIRGINIA GRAF WADDEY
vs.
IRA CLINTON WADDEY, JR.

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

F. Dulin Kelly, #4085
Clinton L. Kelly, #16171
Andy L. Allman, #17857
KELLY & KELLY
629 East Main Street
Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075
ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF/APPELLANT

Albert F. Moore, #6709
NEAL & HARWELL, PLC
2000 First Union Tower
150 Fourth Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT/APPELLEE
                          
Judge:TODD

First Paragraph:

The plaintiff Virginia Graf Waddey, has appealed from the Trial
Court's dismissal of her post-divorce decree petition to extend her
periodic alimony because of a change in circumstances.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/waddeyvg_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

RONDA GALE WILDER
vs.
LLOYD CLINTON RAINS

Court:TCA

Attorneys: 

For Plaintiff/Appellant:            For Defendant/Appellee:

Bernard K. Smith                    B. Timothy Pirtle
H. Thomas Parsons                   McMinnville, Tennessee
Parsons, Nichols & Johnson
Manchester, Tennessee
                         
Judge:KOCH

First Paragraph:

This appeal arose from a collision on a two-lane rural road in which a
vehicle traveling in one lane struck a vehicle that was turning left. 
The driver of the oncoming vehicle sued the driver of the turning
vehicle in the Circuit Court for Warren County.  After a  jury
returned a verdict allocating fault equally between the two drivers,
the trial court entered a judgment awarding nothing to the plaintiff
driver.  On this appeal, the plaintiff driver asserts that the
evidence does not support the jury's verdict.  We have determined that
the record contains material evidence to support the jury's verdict
and, therefore, affirm the judgment in accordance with Tenn. Ct. App.
R. 10(b).

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/wilderrg_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

THOMAS A. (TOMMY) WORTHAM
vs.
WEST MEADE CORPORATION,                         
JOY MARSH, PRESIDENT

Court:TCA

Attorneys:

NEAL LOVLACE
HARVILL & LOVLACE
102 Bank Avenue
Centerville, Tennessee 37033
    Attorney for Plaintiff/Appellant

HENRY F. TODD, JR.
TODD, SPENCER & ATKINS
404 East College Street
Dickson, Tennessee 37055
    Attorney for Defendant/Appellee
                         
Judge:CANTRELL

First Paragraph:

The plaintiff filed suit for specific performance on an option to
purchase real property.  The trial court found that the plaintiff had
failed to exercise the option before it expired, and granted summary
judgment to the defendant property-owner. We affirm the trial court.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/worthta_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

EDDIE JOE MANN
vs.
STATE OF TENNESSEE

Court:TCCA

Attorneys:

FOR THE APPELLANT:              FOR THE APPELLEE:

Greg Alford                     John Knox Walkup
Attorney at Law                 Attorney General & Reporter 
108 W. Court Street, Suite 21
Dyersburg, TN 38024             Marvin E. Clements, Jr. 
                                Assistant Attorney General
                                Criminal Justice Division
                                Cordell Hull Building, 2nd Fl 
                                425 Fifth Avenue North
                                Nashville, TN 37243

                                C. Phillip Bivens
                                District Attorney General
                                115 Market Street East
                                Dyersburg, TN 38024
                              
Judge:SUMMERS

First Paragraph:

The petitioner, Eddie Joe Mann, was convicted by a jury of theft under
$500.  Our Court affirmed his conviction and sentence.  State v. Eddie
Joe Mann, No. 02C01-9512-CC-00395 (filed at Jackson, January 16,
1997).  He filed a post-conviction relief petition alleging
ineffective assistance of counsel at both the trial and appellate
levels.  The hearing court denied relief.  Petitioner appealed to this
Court.  Oral argument was heard on June 2, 1998.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCCA/manneddi_opn.WP6
Opinion-Flash

STEPHAN A. THORPE
vs.
STATE OF TENNESSEE

Court:TCCA

Attorneys: 

FOR THE APPELLANT:              FOR THE APPELLEE:

ETANDRA DOUGLAS                 JOHN KNOX WALKUP 
46 North Third St., Ste 725     Attorney General & Reporter
Memphis, TN  38103
                                MARVIN E. CLEMENTS, JR. 
                                Assistant Attorney General
                                2nd Fl., Cordell Hull Bldg
                                425 Fifth Avenue North
                                Nashville, TN  37243

                                JOHN W. PIEROTTI 
                                District Attorney General 

                                JAMES M. LAMMEY
                                Asst District Attorney General
                                Criminal Justice Center, Ste 301
                                201 Poplar Avenue 
                                Memphis, TN  38103

                         
Judge:WOODALL

First Paragraph:

The Petitioner, Stephan A. Thorpe, appeals from the order denying his
petition  for post-conviction relief.  Petitioner was indicted on four
(4) counts of aggravated sexual battery.  Pursuant to an agreement
with the State, Petitioner pled guilty to attempt to commit aggravated
sexual battery in violation of Tennessee Code Annotated sections
39-12-101 and 39-13-504 in the Criminal Court of Shelby County. 
Petitioner also pled guilty to three (3) counts of indecent exposure,
although these pleas are not the subject of his petition for
post-conviction relief.  According to the agreement, he was sentenced
as a Range II Offender to serve eight (8) years for the attempted
aggravated sexual battery conviction.  In his petition for
post-conviction relief, Petitioner claimed that his Fifth Amendment
right against self-incrimination was violated and his Sixth Amendment
right to the effective assistance of counsel was denied.  Following an
evidentiary hearing, the trial court denied relief.  Petitioner
appealed to this court strictly on the issue of ineffective assistance
of counsel based upon his involuntary guilty plea.  We affirm the
judgment of the trial court.

URL:http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCCA/thorpesa_opn.WP6

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