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On March 6, 2010, the Shelby County Republican Party is hosting its annual Lincoln Day Dinner/Gala featuring the national chairman of the GOP, Michael Steele. Today, the Memphis Commercial Appeal ran a feature article about the event, quoting Lang as follows:
“We are very excited about welcoming Chairman Steele to Memphis and hearing about the (Republican National Committee’s) plans to help conservative candidates win in 2010,” Shelby County Republican Party chairman Lang Wiseman said in a statement.
For ticket information, visit www.shelbygop.org.
Lang was quoted in the Memphis Daily News regarding the resolution of a lawsuit involving one of the firm’s clients, Blockbuster Inc., following a critical victory in a recent preliminary injunction hearing. The lawsuit dealt with whether Blockbuster could participate in the burgeoning and crucial market for online delivery of entertainment content. The lawsuit was ultimately resolved to the satisfaction of both parties.
Lang Wiseman was mentioned in today’s edition of the Memphis Flyer in Jackson Baker’s widely-read, weekly political column. The article detailed Lang’s recent appearance at the League of Women Voters forum in his capacity as Chairman of the Shelby County Republican Party, along with local Democrat Party chair Van Turner.
Today, Chris Patterson was the subject of a feature article in the Memphis Daily News as a result of his being selected as a “Mid-South Rising Star” by the industry publication, Law and Politics.
Chris Patterson is a member of the Metro Charter Commission. He was quoted in today’s Memphis Commercial Appeal:
Millington Mayor Richard Hodges passed out a list of small towns’ concerns about metro government, ranging from the quality of ambulance service to tax rates. He asked what guarantee there is that the Memphis and Shelby County school systems won’t merge.
Rev. Ralph White asked why the school systems should be separate. “I think we would want all of our children to have the same education,” he said.
That prompted a response by member Chris Patterson, who said the public wouldn’t accept it: “(If we keep talking about schools), the practical reality is this thing is doomed before it starts.”
The group is drafting a proposed plan for a combined Memphis and Shelby County government. It voted last year not to include a school merger in the proposed combined government that it will present to voters later this year.
Harold Byrd Withdraws from Shelby County Mayor’s Race
Byrd’s announcement will come as a surprise to many people, said Lang Wiseman, chairman of the Shelby County Republican Party.
“I think the inside-baseball people suspected that he wasn’t going to run, but I think the general public just assumed that he was in,” he said.
He said he hopes strong Republican candidates will run, and predicted that this year’s elections will be marked by tension between opposing trends: growing demographic strength for Democrats in Shelby County, vs. disappointment with Democrats at the national level.
One of our New Year’s Resolutions here at Wiseman Bray PLLC is to use video testimonials as part of our website marketing — i.e. let our former clients tell about their experiences with our firm for the benefit of folks out there on the web looking for an attorney. Indeed, former clients are in the best position to explain why you should (or shouldn’t) hire a particular lawyer or law firm.
Nashville tort lawyer, John Day, summarizes recent Tennessee legal data at his blog Day on Torts.
Most pharmacists do a wonderful job. However, preventable mistakes and pharmacy errors do sometimes occur.
In just the past few years, we’ve represented 2 different plaintiffs in cases involving 2 separate national chain pharmacies that mistakenly dispensed the wrong medication. And unfortunately, it had serious consequences in those couple of instances — so bad, in fact, that we ended up settling those cases for amounts exceeding six figures.
The best course of action for you is not to be a plaintiff in the first place. Resolve to be a responsible partner in your own healthcare. Communicate with your pharmacist and other healthcare providers. Ask questions and stay vigilant about your medications. Know what they are supposed to look like, and what your dosage is supposed to be.
It could save your life.
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