Nashville-based law firm Keller Turner Ruth Andrews Ghanem & Heller has a contract to purchase the two-story office building at 20 Music Square West, as first reported by Nashville Business Journal.
Keller Turner Ruth Andrews Ghanem & Heller, which currently operates from Terrazzo in The Gulch, boasts clients including Backstreet Boys and OneRepublic.
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Local cloud software developer Edgenet says it is continuing to pursue several legal claims against fellow product configuration company WTS Paradigm, which it accuses of IP infringement. Edgenet Executive Vice President Tim Stafford — who last year was part of a group that bought the company out of bankruptcy — says the company has dropped some of its initial claims (and WTS has done the same) while adding new issues. Get the full update from Edgenet here.
Vanderbilt Law School graduate Darren Robbins has made a gift to the social justice program at the school, which will now carry the name of the late George Barrett. Barrett — pictured here with Rita Geier, with whom he worked for more than three decades on desegregating Tennessee's state universities — was a 1957 VU Law graduate who was a partner at Barrett Johnston until his death at 86 a year ago.
As a result of this gift, the Social Justice Program, which is co-directed by professors Terry Maroney and Daniel Sharfstein, will support students and graduates pursuing social justice careers. It will provide competitive one-year public interest fellowships to Vanderbilt Law School graduates each year, fund a number of students doing public interest legal work in the summer, and serve as the hub of social justice activities at the law school, including programming throughout the school year and an annual public lecture.
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