A lawsuit Music City Law filed against Stewart County Schools in December was featured today in Clarksville’s Leaf-Chronicle.
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We are very excited to be partnering with Lightning 100 as a sponsor of this year’s #MusicCityMayhem competition!
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We are proud to stand with our client Eric Tarter on this very special day in American history and fight for equal treatment of all Americans. To learn more about our most recent case, download the PDF of our complaint, below.
Sure, our new law firm keeps us pretty busy, but that doesn’t mean we don’t take time to appreciate all that our great city has to offer, or to give back and help keep this city so special. In fact, our philosophy is that, beyond the warm and fuzzy feeling we get from being good neighbors, being active parts of the community and making human connections introduces us to more potential clients and referral sources than any billboard or TV commercial ever could.
This July marked the 30th anniversary of the first episode of Seinfeld. It’s been thirty years since Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, and George first graced the airwaves with their brand of lovable misanthropy. Most people remember the “Show About Nothing” for its thumping, synth-infused theme music; its rich universe filled with zany recurring and one-off characters; and its absurd depictions of everyday interactions between people. But here at Music City Law, we remember Seinfeld as a show about the law.
We’re changing our blog from a Blank Space by writing about the one and only Taylor Swift on the day of her new album release.
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