Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 08/26/2016
Format: 08/26/2016
State of Tennessee Department of Children's Services v. Yvonne Bardin - Concurring
03A01-9705-JV-00152
Authoring Judge: Judge William H. Inman
Trial Court Judge: Judge Suzanne Bailey

The parental rights of Yvonne Bardin were terminated by the Juvenile Court of Hamilton County and she appeals. Four (4) children are involved. The issue presented for review is whether the evidence is clear and convincing. We find that it is and affirm.

Hamilton County Court of Appeals 11/03/97
First Tennessee Bank National Association, v. C.T. Resorts Company, Inc., C. Gary Triggs, and James C. Childers
03A01-9704-CH-00134
Authoring Judge: Judge Herschel Pickens Franks
Trial Court Judge: Chancellor Sharon Bell

This appeal is from a summary judgment granted to plaintiff against defendants by the Trial Judge. Essentially, defendants insist that the record contains evidence of misrepresentations of the value of the property by plaintiff’s agents, which was 1Triggs’ and Childers’ earlier affidavits apparently claim that Stooksbury showed them both Smith appraisals. Their later affidavits, however, refer only to the second Smith appraisal. 2 purchased by defendants, and that these representations are actionable under their counter-claims.

Knox County Court of Appeals 11/03/97
Cody Glasner, a minor, by next friend and parents, Deryl and Polly Glasner, and Deryl and Polly Glasner individually, v. John Howick, M.D., Humana of Tennessee Inc., John A Shull, M.D., Jane L. Rohrer, M.D. and William D. Crawley, M.D.
03A01-9612-CV-00401
Authoring Judge: Senior Judge William H. Inman
Trial Court Judge: Judge Robert M. Summitt

This is a medical malpractice action brought by Deryl and Polly Glasner individually and as parents and next friend of Cody Glasner, who was born October 6, 1991.1 As winnowed by pleadings, the surviving claim is on behalf of Cody, who was born brain dead. The parents of Cody conceded that their individual claims were time-barred.  This condition is known as a prolapsed cord. His resuscitation is alleged to have been contrary to the prevailing standard of care in this jurisdiction, since he had no reasonable prospect for a qualitative life.

Hamilton County Court of Appeals 11/03/97
Cook vs. Brookside
03A01-9706-CV-00212
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge:
Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Fortunes vs. Watson
03A01-9705-CV-00164
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: James B. Scott, Jr.
Anderson County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Dan Lomax vs. JMCGH
02A01-9706-CH-00116
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Joe C. Morris
Madison County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Donald D'Amico vs. James Davenport, et al
02A01-9705-CH-00097
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Joe C. Morris
Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Engenius Entertainment vs. W. W. Herenton, et al
02A01-9704-CH-00078
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: D. J. Alissandratos
Shelby County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
John Tigrett vs. Union Planters Bank
02A01-9703-CV-00057
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Robert L. Childers
Shelby County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
State Dept. of Children Svcs vs. Manier
01A01-9703-JV-00116
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: John B. Melton
Cannon County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Volunteer Beer, Inc. vs. Johnson, Jr.
01A01-9703-CH-00126
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Robert S. Brandt
Davidson County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
Shofner vs. Red Food Stores (TN)
01A01-9609-CV-00437
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Lee Russell
Bedford County Court of Appeals 10/31/97
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Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge:
Court of Appeals 10/30/97