Tag Archives: John Grisham

The Dan Jones-IHL saga: Is this the story that started it all?

March 27, 2015

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In 2011, the Mississippi Business Journal published a story about Democratic strategist Jere Nash sending an email to Delta Council executive vice president Chip Morgan. In the email, which was included in the court file of James Hahn’s lawsuit against the Delta Health Alliance, Nash discusses ways to bring some combination of public and social embarrassment […]

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Bower Foundation supports Ole Miss Chancellor Dan Jones

March 26, 2015

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The Bower Foundation is in support of Ole Miss Chancellor Dan Jones. The Bower Foundation CEO, Anne Travis, said their organization has invested over $9 million during Jones’ tenure. The money has backed up the mission of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) to provide medical care to all Mississippians and a health and wellness […]

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Grisham sequel to ‘A Time to Kill’ to be published

May 1, 2013

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NEW YORK — The defense attorney in John Grisham’s first novel, “A Time to Kill,” is returning to the courtroom. Grisham’s new book, “Sycamore Row,” will be published Oct. 22, the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group announced Wednesday. Like “A Time to Kill,” it will feature Jake Brigance as a lawyer in a small Mississippi town. […]

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“A Time to Kill” play is headed to Broadway

January 18, 2013

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Daryl Roth Productions is developing a live theater version of John Grisham’s book A Time to Kill and the New York City production company has told the Mississippi Business Journal that the play will be coming to Broadway for the first time this fall. The original play by Tony-winning director Rupert Holmes premiered at Arena […]

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(VIDEO) Oliver Diaz talks about “Hot Coffee” documentary

July 26, 2012

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Jackson attorney and former state justice Oliver Diaz spoke with MBJ-TV and MBJ editor Ross Reily this week about his involvement in the recently released HBO documentary “Hot Coffee.” Directed by lawyer turned filmmaker Susan Saladoff, the movie premiered last year at the Sundance Film Festival. Diaz said it focuses on several high-profile tort litigation cases […]

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