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Nashville Business Journal Reports Five Bars, Restaurants in the Future for Bone McAllester Norton Client

The Nashville Business Journal included a profile of Bone McAllester Norton client Luke McKee, owner of Red Rooster on Demonbreun. McKee has plans to open a variety of new bars and restaurants—five total—in the next three to four months. In the works are Fulton’s Tavern, Second Wind coffee shop, El Caminos Taco Lounge, The Pavilion.

To read the full story, click here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 35 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 17 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Former U.S. Attorney, Current Assistant U.S. Attorney and Formation of Criminal Law Practice

Bone McAllester Norton announced today the addition of former U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, Ed Yarbrough, along with current Assistant U.S. Attorney Alex Little. Together with Bonelaw attorney James Mackler, the trio will form a new practice focusing on criminal defense and governmental investigations.

“We are excited to have two attorneys of such prestige and caliber join our firm,” said Charles W. Bone, founder and chairman of Bone McAllester Norton. “Individually, they are each excellent lawyers. I have admired Ed's service to the community for years and am proud to now have him as a partner. Alex has vast experience that spans the globe. With the addition of Ed and Alex, they will enable us to serve clients facing any type of criminal matter or sensitive investigation and to do so with a level and breadth of experience that is unique in Tennessee.”

Yarbrough and Little will join the firm on Thursday, August 1.

To read more from the Nashville Post, click here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 35 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 17 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

New Taproom, Hops & Crafts, Opens in the Gulch

Bone McAllester Norton client Hops & Crafts opened in Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood last week. The bar specializes in craft brews and offers 36 different beers on tap, serving them by the pint, in samplers of six smaller pours, growlers and half-growlers. The owners, Alex Cohn, Danny Charles and Kreigh Bourff, plan to always have 12 to 15 local beers available.

To read more from the Nashville Post, click here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Tennessean Reviews Peg Leg Porker

Bone McAllester Norton client Peg Leg Porker, the new Memphis-style barbecue restaurant in Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood, is all about the pig, and their Tennessean featured a review of it in the July 5 issue. The restaurant features a smoker that accommodates the whole hog, local beers, an array of bourbons and a rockin’ patio that offers a unique view of the city.

To read the full review, click here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Anne Martin Talks to the Tennessean about Paid Sick Time in the Workplace

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Anne C. Martin discussed the issue of whether employers should provide paid sick time to employees with the Tennessean. In the July 5 article, Martin noted, “Most employers are trying to do the right thing and recognize that people need sick time.” For more on this story, click here.   Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Paul Kruse Talks to the Tennessean about Kraft Foods Ruling

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Paul Kruse discussed the first round of a trademark dispute between Kraft Foods and Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores in today’s Tennessean. The preliminary injunction will keep Cracker Barrel products off grocery shelves for now.

“Right now, the power is certainly tilted toward Kraft, and Cracker Barrel has a lot of legal work ahead of it,” Kruse said.”

 

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

 

Alcoholic Beverage Group Files Applications for Three Distilleries in Sevier County

Bone McAllester Norton’s Alcoholic Beverage Law group has filed distillery applications for three clients in Sevier County, ahead of a new law governing distilleries that takes effect Monday. According to The Mountain Press, Old Forge Distillery, Dumplin Creek Distillery and Ole Smoky Distillery plan to build in East Tennessee. The new law allows construction of distilleries with on-site sales, but cities and counties have 45 days to stop the construction, saying they don’t want distilleries in their jurisdictions. Because our clients filed their applications this week, they will be allowed to sell their product on-site, even if the local governments tried to opt out of the law.

The full article is posted below.

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Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 


Fontanel Plans Rural Resort

Bone McAllester Norton client Fontanel Mansion has plans to build what they are calling a “rural resort” on the property, featuring 140 rooms in 10 buildings. Architects, EDGE Planning, are looking to place the site on the west side of the mansion, near the back of the property.

Read more from the Nashville Post here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Will Cheek Discusses State ABC’s Crackdown on House-Infused Spirits with Metro Pulse

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Will Cheek spoke with Metro Pulse about new rules from the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission concerning house-infused spirits. Starting July 1, restaurants and bars can and will be fined if caught blending alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages together and selling them. This includes margaritas, sangrias and whiskey not mixed for immediate consumption.

“We don’t think the ABC is interpreting the law correctly,” Will said.

Read more about this crackdown here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.
 

How to Get a Liquor License in Tennessee

By Will Cheek

The most common question we hear is how do you get a liquor license to sell alcoholic beverages in Tennessee? Here is a short summary of how to navigate alcoholic beverage laws and obtain liquor permits for a restaurant or bar.

Tennessee requires two liquor permits to serve alcohol: One is from the state – for wine and spirits. The other is from the city – for beer.  You have to file separate applications for liquor and beer permits, and the process is different for each.

The good news is that there is no limit on the number of restaurant and bar licenses, and you do not need to purchase a license in Tennessee.

The bad news is that both liquor and beer permits generally are not issued until local building codes officials have issued a certificate of occupancy. This puts considerable pressure near the end of the construction process, at a time when the restaurant or bar owner is trying to train staff, finalize menus and manage the completion of construction.

Tennessee Liquor License

The state ABC application process requires basic disclosure from individual or corporate owners and officers, as well as managers. The application requires a lease or other proof or legal right to sell alcohol at the premises, copies of corporate charter, a sales tax certificate and a copy of the TTB registration.

The fee to apply for the state alcoholic beverage permit is $300, and annual liquor license fees range from a few hundred dollars for a wine-only permit to $4,000 for a bar that sells very little food. Cities impose an annual tax that is slightly less than the license fee.

Food service is required for most liquor licenses in Tennessee. The basic bar license requires 15% food sales, as compared to liquor sales. The ABC will inspect before issuing a license and requires at least a minimal kitchen and a food menu.

The ABC staff approves LBD licenses and applications do not come before the full Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

Applicants must obtain a $10,000 bond for full bar service, and the state is very particular about the form of the bond. Do not be surprised if your bond is rejected by Revenue. Revenue also accepts CDs in lieu of the bond.

All servers must be trained and hold ABC-issued server permit cards. The ABC regularly fines restaurants and bars for servers that do not have current server permit cards.

The ABC recently implemented a requirement that all corporate officers and owners, as well as servers, must file a declaration of citizenship. The declaration must be by proof of citizenship or rights to work in the U.S.

The application process takes several weeks, and with the recent move of the Tennessee ABC in Nashville, approvals may take longer.

Tennessee Beer Permit

The beer board process varies depending on the city. Nashville, Johnson City and Memphis have more complicated rules for beer, and obtaining a permit requires attention to detail.

Many cities have a fairly simple process for obtaining a beer permit.

The application fee for a beer permit is $250, and the annual beer permit tax is $100.

Most beer boards have distance requirements from churches, schools, residences and other places. Site selection should definitely examine distance requirements.

Oddly, there is no distance requirement for a Tennessee liquor license. There are restaurants that have a license to sell wine and spirits but cannot sell beer because they are too close to a house, church or school.

Almost every Tennessee Beer Board hears applications at a public meeting, and many require a representative to be present at the meeting. Beer boards generally do not grill applicants at the meeting but may ask questions about sales to minors and intoxicated persons.

The application process for beer takes three weeks for many beer boards and as long as three months for cities like Johnson City. The timing of beer board approval should be carefully considered for new applicants.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Anne Martin Takes Home High Award in Nashville Business Journal’s Best of the Bar Awards

Congratulations to Bone McAllester Norton labor and employment attorney Anne C. Martin, who received special recognition in last night’s Nashville Business Journal Best of the Bar awards. Anne garnered the third most number of votes in the Medium Firms category. The awards, celebrating Middle Tennessee’s top lawyers and corporate counsel, were held at the Nashville City Club.

Other Bonelaw attorneys who were named to the Best of the Bar were Andrea P. Perry and Stephen J. Zralek.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Paul Kruse Weighs in on Cracker Barrel, Kraft Fight over Grocery Store Sales

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Paul W. Kruse offered the Tennessean insight into the lawsuit Kraft Foods has against Lebanon-based Cracker Barrel Old County Stores Inc.’s plan to start selling packaged food items in grocery stores.

“Whatever the judge decides, it sends a signal to both sides on which way he might be leaning on the larger issues in the case,” he said in a June 7 story.

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Stephen Zralek will Discuss Managing a Social Media Nightmare, June 18

Bone McAllester Norton’s Stephen J. Zralek will join Samantha Pyle of Green Apple Strategy for a discussion on how to manage a social media nightmare. The panel discussion, moderated by Greg Bailey, will take place at the PRSA Nashville chapter’s June 18th meeting. Zralek has significant experience helping clients from all industries with issues involving copyrights, trademarks, social media and cybersquatting, among others.

Read more about the panel discussion and register here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Anne Sumpter Arney Discusses the High Cost of Failing to Comply with HIPAA with Nashville Medical News

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Anne Sumpter Arney wrote an article for Nashville Medical News about new regulations for HIPAA compliance, set to take effect in September. The piece, “The High Cost of Failing to Comply with HIPAA,” outlines common violations and advice for making sure providers mitigate risks.

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.  Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Risks When Employees Bring Their Own Devices to Work with James Crumlin

Bone McAllester Norton attorney James A. Crumlin authored an article for the Nashville Chamber of Commerce that was included in their “HR Notes” enewsletter, sent out today. “In today’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) era, employees’ use of their cell phones, on or off the clock, can make the company potentially liable for any laws broken using the device.”

Read more about the risks and what companies can do to safeguard themselves here.

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.  Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Trace Blankenship Elected to Cumberland Region Tomorrow Board

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Trace Blankenship has been elected to the board of directors and executive committee of Cumberland Region Tomorrow, the nonprofit organization that encourages growth planning and development in a 10-county region of Middle Tennessee.

Trace serves as general counsel and secretary of Bone McAllester Norton and is on the law firm’s board of directors ex-officio. His practice areas include entrepreneurial and emerging business law; banking and financial services; commercial lending and creditors’ rights; business and corporate law; and non-profits and tax-exempt entities. Currently, he is the treasurer and director ex-officio for the Nashville Bar Association. Trace is active with the Tennessee Governor’s Prayer Breakfast, serving as The Citizens Committee member; Daystar Counseling Ministries, Inc. as the general counsel; and Nashville Young Leaders Council as faculty.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Carey Watermark Investors Purchases Hutton Hotel

Bone McAllester Norton client Carey Watermark Investors, Inc., a New York-based real estate investment trust (REIT), purchased Nashville’s Hutton Hotel. The sale, at $73.6 million, was announced this morning. Bonelaw’s Alcoholic Beverage Law team provided the liquor licensing for the sale. To read more, click here.   Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

James Mackler Weighs in on Tennessean Editorial about Military Sex Crimes

Bone McAllester Norton attorney James Mackler wrote an opinion editorial in response to a May 21 editorial in the Tennessean regarding military sexual assault. Currently a trial defense attorney in the Army Reserve, Mackler served on active duty as a helicopter pilot and Army lawyer. “During my time as a military lawyer, I prosecuted more sexual assault cases that I care to remember. Most involved sifting through a web of half-truths, distortions, prejudice and baseless assumptions.”

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

 

Short Mountain Distillery Supports New Rules to Lure Craft Distillers to Rural Areas

Bone McAllester Norton client Billy Kaufman, president and founder Short Mountain Distillery in Cannon County, was included in a May 27 Tennessean article describing the push of the Williamson County planning commission to allow distilleries into rural areas of the county. Kaufman noted that one of his goals is to be an ambassador for the entire county, and he supports the effort to ruralize that business.

To read the full article, click here.

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters.   Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

Trace Blankenship will Discuss Start-Up Company Legal Issues for the Tennessee Bar Association

Bone McAllester Norton’s Trace Blankenship will lead a webcast for the Tennessee Bar Association, discussing legal issues that every entrepreneur should know. “From the Kitchen Table to the Boardroom—Start-Up Legal Issues” will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 20. Trace will discuss some of the critical issues that face every start-up company and how, with the help of a good attorney, entrepreneurs can turn the next big idea into the next success story.

This webcast will count for one hour of CLE. For more and to register, click here.

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 33 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 16 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

 

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