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Schaffer Law Firm welcomes new Associate Attorney

Originally published in the Nashville Post On the Move: November 13, 2018. Nashville-based Schaffer Law Firm has added Landon Breazeale, a former intern at the firm who has been hired on as an Associate Attorney. Breazeale most recently held positions as an attorney with the State of Tennessee and a business manager for TBI Airport Management in Macon, Georgia. In …

BYOB like a B-O-S-S

Did you know you can bring your own booze to dinner or an event in Nashville? While it may sound as easy as packing a cooler for Live On The Green, bringing a bottle of wine to a restaurant, or having a cold one in hand while tailgate-hopping, there’s more to it than you might think. There are numerous regulations …

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Beer and liquor licensing is its own animal

Rachel Schaffer Lawson talks the legal business of alcohol Authors: Staff Reports – Originally published on NashvillePost.com (http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/people/article/20975831/beer-and-liquor-licensing-is-its-own-animal) Rachel Schaffer Lawson is owner of Schaffer Law Firm, which launched in March 2011. A triple major in marketing, entrepreneurship and music business at Northeastern University in Boston, Lawson would go on to attend Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans, …

How to get a liquor license in Tennessee

How To Get A Liquor License in Tennessee

If you are starting a hospitality business and want to sell alcohol you are going to need to understand the ins and outs of getting a liquor license.  This article will focus on selling alcoholic beverages of 10.1% ABV or higher (i.e. wine and spirits, NOT beer). If you are wanting to sell beer (i.e. hard ciders, hard sodas and …