Carley Chatterley joins KRBHK as a summer intern
KRBHK would like to welcome Carley Chatterley as a summer intern. The firm enjoys the opportunity to host college and law school students in a position where they can get real world experience and learn about the legal industry. Carley grew up in California,...
Laura Vaught speaks at Women in Ag Summit
Laura Vaught represented KRBHK this morning by speaking at the Women in Ag Summit. She spoke about legal considerations in the business of farming, giving general business advice. The two day summit celebrates the impact of female producers in Tennessee and provides...
KRBHK welcomes Mac Bouldin as our summer law clerk
Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC announces the addition of Laws McCullough 'Mac' Bouldin to its team as our summer law clerk. Mac will aid the firm's partners and associates in their daily operations and counsel, having the opportunity to attend...
LOREN SANDERSON NAMED KRBHK’S NEWEST PARTNER
Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC is proud to announce Loren A. Sanderson as the firm’s newest partner. This promotion comes on the heels of Women’s History Month, and Loren makes history as the firm’s first female partner. “When I first...
Newest addition to KRBHK family
Just a "little" post to make you smile. Here is the newest, tiniest member of the KRBHK family. John Rodgers had a miniature horse born on his farm this week. So cute!
J.D. Kious accepts General Counsel position with Smyrna Ready Mix
September 30th was a bittersweet day at KRBHK. Our law partner of 15 years, J.D. Kious, is leaving us for an amazing opportunity to become general counsel for SRM Concrete. We are sad to see him leave, but at the same time, proud of his many accomplishments, and so...
RECENT CHANGE TO THE TENNESSEE “SLOW POKE LAW” AND BEWARE OF THE “PERSONAL DELIVERY DEVICE”
The last Tennessee legislative session produced a couple of notable tweaks to the motor vehicle laws. In 2016, Tennessee enacted a “Slow Poke Law” that prohibited a person from operating a vehicle in the passing lane of any interstate or multilane divided highway that...
Governor Lee Extends State of Emergency to Aug. 29, 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee today signed Executive Order No. 50 to extend the State of Emergency related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to August 29, 2020. The order allows the continued suspension of various laws and regulations and...
Eviction hearings to resume following temporary suspension under CARES Act
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the Tennessee government to make various changes to its ordinary way of operating. Our way of life has been impacted in an extremely unforeseen way and has left many people without jobs and with significant financial hardships. The...
PAYROLL PROTECTION PROGRAM – A LIFELINE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Starting today, April 3, 2020, small businesses can begin making application for a forgivable loan under the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) offered through the recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The Act makes available $349 billion to small businesses primarily to keep employees on the payroll and cover other critical expenses. […]
Coronavirus, Parental Rights, and Court Operations
As this extended school absence continues and we are all dealing with Covid-19, the judges of Rutherford County have issued a decree dictating how parenting plans are to be followed during this unusual time. Please see the attached order for examples and exceptions of parental rights during an epidemic or pandemic. The Tennessee Supreme Court […]
KRBHK SUCCESSION PLANNING CLIENTS SPOTLIGHTED IN 2020 TENNESSEE AG INSIDER MAGAZINE
KRBHK attorney John Rodgers recently worked with clients Phillip and Linda Hayes on creating a succession plan for the Hayes’ family farm. Their collaboration is featured in the 2020 Tennessee Ag Insider magazine, a guide to the state’s food, farms and forestry published in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. The magazine includes stories […]
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Potential Policy Change Could Disrupt Social Security Disability Payments
If you have applied for and obtained Social Security Disability benefits, the approval of benefits is not necessarily the end of the process. There are several ways in which your benefits could be terminated. The easiest way to trigger a review and termination is if you earn more than $1,090 per month. Another easy way is to […]
Commercial Chapter 11 Filings Increase 19 Percent from Last Year, Total Filings Drop 3 Percent
Alexandria, Va.— Commercial chapter 11 filings increased 19 percent in August 2019 from last year, according to data provided by Epiq Systems, Inc. The 432 commercial chapter 11 filings in August 2019 were up 19 percent over the 364 filings registered in August 2018. Overall commercial filings also increased in August 2019, as the 3,337 filings […]
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Emojis in Court Cases Leave Many Lost in Translation
“Wait, does that mean they’re crying or laughing?” “Why did he send me an alligator?” “What does the eggplant mean?” I’m referring to emojis, of course. You love to hate them, but you know you use them too. We mostly think of emojis as harmless fun or a shortcut for all that dang typing on […]
Supreme Court Strikes Down Tennessee Liquor Law
The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a Tennessee law that barred newcomers to the state from operating liquor stores. The majority rejected the argument that the 21st Amendment, which ended Prohibition in 1933, allowed the state to restrict liquor sales in many ways, including by imposing a two-year residency requirement for people seeking retail liquor licenses. Justice […]
Ty Steward joins KRBHK as summer intern
Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC announces the addition of Ty Steward to its team as a summer intern. The firm welcomes the opportunity to host college students in a position where they can get real world experience and learn about the legal industry. Ty is a 2016 graduate of Siegel High School. He […]
Caroline Tuma accepts summer internship
Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC would like to welcome back Caroline Tuma to its team. Caroline has returned for a second summer internship with the firm aiding its partners and associates in their daily operations and counsel. “Caroline is a sharp young woman who comes from a great family deeply rooted in the […]