TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Aug 1, 2019
The August Journal looks at a case of, not dueling banjos, but dueling banjo claims, after a valuable instrument was stolen only to turn up decades later to an unsuspecting buyer (and seller). Darald J. Schaffer explains in this article the discovery rule in the conversion of personal property. You can also read about student loans and bankruptcy by Mary Beth Ausbrooks and Samuel R. Henninger. TBA President Sarah Y. Sheppeard writes a moving column about what she learned from a very special lawyer, which caused her to follow the same path. Taking her into a courtroom as a child, her grandfather had told her, "This is where we come to help people solve their problems." Check out the issue!