Nashville at Law: A weekly roundup of civil litigation

The big cases that plaintiff’s lawyer Mark Chalos is pursuing are right now all about switches and ashes. More

Rutherford County hopes to fasten white-collar jobs to Gateway park

Almost a decade ago, Murfreesboro government and business leaders hatched a plan to reshape the city’s image into a destination for white-collar jobs. More

Keith film set for August; Hall terrace honors Aubrey, Crump

Roadside Attractions has acquired worldwide rights to Beer For My Horses from Show Dog Productions. More

Creating Places: No need to announce project unless it’s a go

They say that Atlanta is the South’s most overbuilt market and Nashville is the most over-announced. More

Franklin entrepreneur has an eye for business

Jim Tilley started his professional career trained as an electrical engineer marketing technical products for big corporations. More

Marketplace: Brentwood firm wants Bellevue Publix center

Brentwood-based PGM Properties hopes to close later this week on the purchase of Harpeth Village, the new Publix-anchored shopping center in Bellevue. More

Bricks and Mortar

REAL ESTATE MATTERS: Selling your home to a family member? Ask a lawyer first

I want to let my son purchase my home, but I would like to structure the sale where the loan is interest free or at a really low interest rate. Could you suggest how to structure the deal? More

Executive Appointments

KraftCPAs adds state and local tax specialist CMT’S Comeaux elevated to senior director Four join Loews Vanderbilt Hotel staff Johnson promoted at CB Richard Ellis VUMC’s McMillan to lead Center of Excellence Nashville Area Chamber announces new hires McNeely Pigott & Fox announces promotions Praxis adds three staff positions More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, What do you think about “piggybacking” on a person’s credit card so that their credit score can go up? — Tony More
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