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Harry R. Cash
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Firm Director selected as Town Attorney
January 15, 2019

Signal Mountain, Tennessee selects Harry R. Cash as town attorney.

Tonya K. Cammon
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Chattanooga Bar Foundation Fellows Welcomes Tonya Cammon
July 25, 2018

Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison is proud to share that Tonya Kennedy Cammon has been welcomed as a member of the Chattanooga Bar Foundation Fellows. She was recognized at the 2018 Fellows Luncheon held at The Walden Club on June 27, 2018.

Defending Your Rights Starts With Selecting A Competent Attorney
March 28, 2016

When individuals are charged with a driving under the influence, they are facing a dilemma that may substantially affect their life forever. Ranging from incarceration to having a lifetime criminal history, a conviction for DUI can destroy a career, ruin relationships, and eliminate one's chance at obtaining employment. Selecting a DUI attorney is one of the biggest decisions an individual may make and substantial consideration should be employed to determine whether or not the attorney truly has the skills, training, knowledge and resources that are needed to successfully resolve and win DUI cases.

The Right to Resell Books Upheld
April 5, 2013

Under U.S. Copyright law, and particularly 17 U.S.C. § 109, the legal purchaser of a work protected by a copyright has been allowed to resell that work pursuant to the "first sale" doctrine. The buyer could not make copies and sell them, but could legally resell the original work.

In contrast, 17 U.S.C. § 602 mandates certain restrictions upon the importation in the United States of copyrighted works acquired outside the United States, without the authority of the owner of copyright.

Kirtsaeng had moved from Thailand to attend college in the United States. While attending college, and to lower the cost of textbooks, his family legally bought textbooks in Thailand, and shipped them to Kirtsaeng in the United States. Kirtsaeng then resold those books at a profit.

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