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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on May 1, 2012

In this month's issue of the Tennessee Bar Journal, John Day takes a look at how ‘Mills v. Fulmarque’ will impact tort law in the state. Brook Lathram and David S. Mitchell Jr. detail what is permitted and what is not in parallel investigations, while Marlene Eskind Moses and Beth A. Townsend show you the good, bad and the ugly sides of having a parenting coordinator mixed into your client’s divorce settlement. TBA President Danny Van Horn reminds you to speak carefully about high-profile cases and the need for them to be decided without regard to public opinion. And you may want to Tweet this one: humor columnist Bill Haltom dishes on keeping your briefs brief — and under 140 characters. Read it online