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Will Cheek will Address Current State of Alcohol in Tennessee at LAW Event

Bone McAllester Norton attorney William T. Cheek III has been slated as a panelist at the Lawyers Association for Women (LAW) August membership meeting. “The Current State of the Law of Where You Can Make, Drink and Sell Alcohol in Tennessee” will take place at Tuesday, Aug. 19, at BB King’s Blues Club in downtown Nashville. Joining Will in this panel discussion are Emily Ogden of Grassroots Strategy, LLC; Will Newman of Edley’s Bar-B-Cue and The Filling Station; and Bailey Spaulding of Jackalope Brewing Company. One hour of general CLE credit is available.

Will leads Bonelaw’s Alcoholic Beverage Law Team and provides licensing and regulatory compliance advice to restaurants, hotels, bars, clubs, craft distilleries and breweries. His clients range from small chef-owned restaurants to large publicly traded corporations. He has become nationally known as the go-to source for Tennessee liquor law.

Find out more about this LAW event here.

 

 

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Anne C. Martin and Stacey A. Garrett Nominated for Athena Award

Attorneys Anne C. Martin and Stacey A. Garrett have been nominated for the 2013 Nashville Athena Award, to be announced at an event on March 21, 2013, at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Anne was nominated by the Lawyers’ Association for Women, and Stacey was nominated by CABLE. Both women are involved in a number of leadership roles throughout the community and have been mentors for professional women, enabling them to build rewarding, satisfying careers. Congratulations, Anne and Stacey! You both serve as great examples of excellence professionally and personally.


 

Anne C. Martin and Stacey A. Garrett Nominated for Athena Award

Attorneys Anne C. Martin and Stacey A. Garrett have been nominated for the 2013 Nashville Athena Award, to be announced at an event on March 21, 2013, at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Anne was nominated by the Lawyers’ Association for Women, and Stacey was nominated by CABLE. Both women are involved in a number of leadership roles throughout the community and have been mentors for professional women, enabling them to build rewarding, satisfying careers. Congratulations, Anne and Stacey! You both serve as great examples of excellence professionally and personally.


 

Will Cheek Produces Program on Belmont University’s Law School

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Will Cheek produced a program about Belmont University's new law school for the September meeting of Lawyer's Association for Women.


  The program featured Dean Chris Guthrie of Vanderbilt Law School and Dean Jeff Kinsler of the new Belmont College of Law.  The program was moderated by Federal Court of Appeals Judge, Honorable Martha Craig ("Cissy") Daughtery.  Belmont is Tennessee's first new law school in over 100 years.


Will has produced programs for LAW for a number of years and has been active in the organization since he graduated from law school in 1991.