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Clark Monroe co-authors article for DRI on commercial insurance regulation

September 21, 2022

Clark Monroe has recently co-authored an article for the Defense Research Institute’s The Brief Case, addressing the in’s and out’s of state filings when the MCS-90 is not applicable. The MCS-90 is an endorsement for motor carrier policies of insurance for public liability. The public policy behind the requirement is to ensure that motor carriers […]

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Four DunbarMonroe Attorneys Named 2022 Super Lawyers

August 09, 2022

DunbarMonroe, PLLC is pleased to announce that four of its lawyers have been selected by Mid-South Super Lawyers for publication in the Super Lawyers Magazine. David C. Dunbar was named a Top Rated Super Lawyer in the areas of Transportation/Maritime, Personal Injury Defense, and Business Litigation. Mr. Dunbar has been recognized by Super Lawyers every […]

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DunbarMonroe, PLLC speaking at The Gavel National Conference III

DunbarMonroe, PLLC speaking at The Gavel National Conference III

January 11, 2019

DunbarMonroe, PLLC is pleased to announce David C. Dunbar and Clark Monroe will be speaking at The Gavel National Conference III. Mr. Dunbar will be discussing the Effective Utilization of Rule 12(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure at the start of your case to aid in narrowing the plaintiff’s claims and discovery. Strategic […]

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Cyclist Hit and Run

Helmet Camera Captures Hit-and-Run, Sheriff Captures Nashville Dean of Students.

July 12, 2017

On Saturday, July 8th, Tyler Noe, and Greg Goodman set out for what was supposed to be an enjoyable bike ride in the Natchez Trace National Park. Noe, a real estate agent from Nolensville, had not been on a bike since childhood. His friend Greg Goodman, a more-experienced rider, strapped on a helmet-mounted camera to […]

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Gun Rights - Second Amendment

Gun Rights: Coming To A Workplace Near You

June 26, 2017

In recent years, firearms rights seem to be at the forefront of the nation’s consciousness. In District of Columbia v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570, the United States Supreme Court recognized that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution established our right to own firearms for protection, subject to reasonable limitations. Likewise, the Mississippi legislature continues […]

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