TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 22, 2018
The Supreme Court today suspended James Daniel Marshall from the practice of law for a period of two years, with 30 days to be served as an active suspension, and the remainder served on probation subject to certain conditions, including the appointment of a practice monitor and continued contact with Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program. During the representation of three clients, Marshall failed to produce discovery responses, attend case management conferences and motion hearings, timely serve a summons or issue alias summons, and timely communicate with his clients.