The Tennessee Court of Appeals this week said that false light invasion of privacy claims made by a local Southwest Airlines flight attendant against a songwriter who has fired off a series of tweets complaining about customer service can stand. Natalie Grant had taken to Twitter to voice her displeasure at not being able to board her entire family early and called out Jennifer Patterson, who lives in Goodlettsville. Patterson responded by filing suit and accusing Grant of defamation and invasion of privacy.
The appeals court on Tuesday let stand only the first of those claims. The other shall proceed. Our man Steve Cavendish has the details over at Pith.
Tennessee's emerging distillery sector gave birth Wednesday to a trade association for both the well-known historic brands and start-ups quickly making a name for themselves. The Tennessee Distillers' Guild is officially based at the Marathon Village home of Corsair Artisan. Attorney Will Cheek passes along the basics and even has a few feisty words on how Tennessee's distillers should outshine Kentucky's Bourbon Trail on the tourism front.
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