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W. Bryan Smith, Louisville, KY, March 30, 1969, Admitted to the Bar: 1996, Tennessee, Education: University of Kentucky, B.A., cum laude,1991, J.D. 1996, Member: Nashville, Tennessee and American Bar Associations, American Trial Lawyers Association, Author: "Myint v. Allstate Insurance Company, Changing the Face of "Bad Faith" Litigation?" Tennessee Bar Association Litigation Letter, April 1999.

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University of Kentucky B.A. N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
Tennessee 1996 N/A

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