Bradley attorney Pat Moskal was quoted in a press release from the Tennessee State Courts on the launch of Phase 2 of the Business Court Docket Pilot Project after the success of the initial phase of the program. Since the innovative pilot program started in March 2015 in Davidson County Chancery Court, almost 90 business cases have been transferred to the docket. Phase 2 will continue to expedite the resolution of business matters by providing hands-on case management, meaningful deadlines and procedures, and quality outcomes.
“The Supreme Court’s business court docket pilot project has been an overwhelming success and a great benefit to our state’s business community,” said Moskal, who chairs the state’s advisory commission.
“The Business Court Rules Advisory Commission was honored to have the opportunity to make recommendations to the Court designed to ensure the continued success and sustainability of the business court docket,” she explained. “We are extremely pleased to receive the Court’s Order continuing the pilot project and accepting our recommendations for improvements during the next phase. The Advisory Commission looks forward to working with the Supreme Court and Chancellor Ellen Lyle during the next phase of the business court pilot project and its continued success.”
The full release, “Highly Successful Davidson County Business Court Docket Pilot Project Enters Phase 2,” was posted on tncourts.gov on April 5, 2017.