Supreme Court Opinions

Format: 09/21/2014
Format: 09/21/2014
02S01-9502-CR-00019
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: H. T. Lockard
Shelby County Supreme Court 03/25/96
03S01-9502-CH-00017
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Supreme Court 03/11/96
01S01-9303-CC-00052
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Supreme Court 03/11/96
01S01-9303-CC-00052
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Supreme Court 03/11/96
02S01-9502-CV-00015
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: C. Creed Mcginley
Supreme Court 02/26/96
02S01-9501-CV-00008
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Joe C. Morris
Supreme Court 02/26/96
02S01-9502-CV-00015
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Supreme Court 02/26/96
01S01-9411-CR-00138
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Supreme Court 02/26/96
02S01-9505-CC-00044
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Whit A. Lafon
Supreme Court 02/20/96
01S01-9402-CV-00149
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Robert E. Burch
Supreme Court 02/14/96
Joseph Carl Owens v. Truckstops of America, Truckstops of America, Inc. and B.P. America, Inc. v. B Michael Design, Inc. and Vitro Products, Inc.
01S01-9408-CV-00077
Authoring Judge: Justice Lyle Reid
Trial Court Judge: Judge Marietta M. Shipley

This interlocutory appeal presents for determination the principles of comparative fault applicable to the assessment of liability among joint tort feasors and the application of those principles to this transitional case, in which the cause of action accrued prior to the decision in McIntyre v. Balentine, 833 S.W.2d52 (Tenn. 1992). The decision of the Court of Appeals is modified and the case is remanded to the trial court.

Davidson County Supreme Court 01/29/96
Josie Gray, Administratrix of the Estate of Peggy M. Bush Deceased, v. Ford Motor Company and Springfield Surgery, P.C. and Sarjeet S. Kumar
01S01-9505-FD-00066
Authoring Judge: Justice Lyle Reid
Trial Court Judge:

Pursuant to Rule 23, Rules of the Tennessee Supreme Court, the Court has accepted for decision the following question of law certified by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals: Whether principles of comparative fault should apply in Tennessee medical malpractice actions so as to result in the apportionment of damages between the estate of a decedent who acted negligently in causing an initial injury and physician who negligently treated the decedent for that injury.

Davidson County Supreme Court 01/29/96
03S01-9502-CV-00013
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Roger E. Thayer
Supreme Court 01/29/96