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As the Tennessee General Assembly kicked off its 111th session the week of January 13, Schaffer Law Firm will be closely monitoring any and all laws introduced that affect the food & beverage industry. We will be coming to you weekly with newly introduced...
If you can believe it, the time is fast approaching to begin planning for CBC 2020! Below is a recap of what we learned from this year’s CBC’s Government Affairs session. Whether you attended or not, find out some of the most important updates throughout this past...
Food trucks have become dining destinations in most major cities, including Nashville. However, in Tennessee food trucks are not permitted to serve alcohol at all times and places that they are permitted to serve food. Below is a guide for all mobile food vendors...
A deeper dive into some pivotal cases we’ve lead and impacts we’ve made.
Ed has been approved as a distributor for beer at the state and local level as well as through the TABC. Prior to his approval he already had several well-known brands from the Midwest anxious to sign with him. We are so excited to see Ed build his business into THE craft beer distributor in middle Tennessee!
Every ounce of hard work that went into 312 Pizza Company shows our dedication to creating long-term relationships with our clients. We hope to continue to work with the Bockmans as they expand their Nashville restaurant empire!
Schaffer Law Firm and Lance CPA Group have teamed up to deliver a webinar series for brewery owners at every stage of their business journey. Whether you’re preparing for startup, growth, or exit, each episode will have the legal and financial expertise that you need. Watch today to gain actionable and understandable insights for your brewery.
Marriage Without The Sex
Rachel’s book takes a unique look at forming business partnerships.
I’ll never forget how inviting and kind Rachel was during our initial meeting. I had a page of questions and was so nervous as a new owner. Rachel was kind, and she didn’t make me feel uncomfortable for not knowing what I needed. As another female business owner, I felt like she knew could relate to me wanting to be my best. I left her office that day feeling like I had the support I needed to start handling business. Rachel and the firm have helped me with each new situation. As I evolve, her advice is always logical and down to earth.
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