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Tennessee Appeals Court

ATTORNEYS, CIVIL PROCEDURE - Landowners hired an attorney to defend their property rights against a trespassing neighbor, then sued the attorney for allegedly delaying their case. The Tennessee Court of Appeals upheld a ruling for the attorney, because the landowners had complained about the delay to several officials over two and a half years before they filed their complaint. Affirmed. Carmack v. Oliver

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