Resources for Tort Attorneys
Lex Lata Publishing, the publisher of three of John's four books, has announced that it will no longer be offering Day on Torts, Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, or Compendium on Tennessee Reform Statutes or Related Case Law for sale in print form.
The good news is that in early 2021 each of these books will be available to use in an easy-to-read electronic format readily available to your desktop or notebook computer or your smartphone 24/7. Each book is in the process of being updated and, when released, will reflect the latest information on Tennessee tort and trial law.
"Letting go of traditional, printed books was difficult," said John.. "But new technology makes it possible to meet the actual needs of the lawyers who need ready access to information. The demands of law practice today puts a premium on 24/7 access to reliable information that can be efficiently accessed."
The new delivery system not only makes it easy for readers to stay current on tort law and the law of trial but also makes allows the author to update the books with new case law and statutes. The digital editions of the books will be living documents, frequently updated to help you serve your clients.
The new site will also have free access to court rules and other information frequently accessed by lawyers, re-formatted to make the informationm more readable and accessible. "Current digital publications of court rules are largely unworkable for working lawyers," said Day. "The new website is designed by a lawyer who understands how lawyers who need to use the rules actually approach the task."
If you want to be added to the mailing list so that you learn when this service will be available, email Carey Turner at email@example.com and write in the subject line "Add me to your mailing list."
John's fourth book, which he co-authored with Donald Capparella and John Wood, remains available for purchase on this site.