Long-time Semmes attorney Stan M. Haynes, who retired from practice earlier this year after 38 years, recently published his third book And Tyler No More, a work of historical fiction about a plot to assassinate President John Tyler in 1844. Below is a brief description of the novel:
Filled with the political intrigue of the 1840s and interaction with historical figures, along with a national tragedy and a mysterious death, And Tyler No More explores the battle between morality and legality, between loyalty and betrayal, and confirms that dysfunction in Washington is not a modern American phenomenon.
Stan began practicing at Semmes in 1983 and served on the firm’s Management Committee, as Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Practice Group, and as Vice-Chairman of the firm. He also was a member the Board of Directors of the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA) and served as its president in 2005.