Judge Deana Seymour Memphis Judge Deana Seymour has announced her retirement. She will step down on Sept. 1. Look for another article about her career accomplishments and contributions to the Court in the very near future. In the meantime, the State of Tennessee and Bureau of Workers’ Compensation are requesting interested and qualified attorneys to … Continue reading Judge Seymour to Retire; Applicants Sought for Memphis Judgeship
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Governor’s Office Seeks Applicants for Appeals Board Judgeship
Gov. Bill Lee's Office announced yesterday that they are accepting applications to fill the judgeship currently held by the Honorable David Hensley, who will retire at the end of March. Applicants must be licensed Tennessee attorneys in good standing, age 30 or older, and have seven or more years of experience in workers' compensation law. … Continue reading Governor’s Office Seeks Applicants for Appeals Board Judgeship
The Appeals Board is looking for a staff attorney who excels in research and writing, among other strengths. Read more about the position here (scroll to "staff attorney").
Help Wanted in Memphis
It's a bad news/good news scenario. The bad news: Judge Jim Umsted, Memphis, will be retiring shortly. The good news: He will continue to assist on a part-time basis to review/approve settlements in Memphis. The Bureau of Workers' Compensation and the Court of Workers' Compensation Claims in particular are grateful to Judge Umsted for his … Continue reading Help Wanted in Memphis