February 20, 2024 4:03PM

With its bustling music industry, Nashville is home to many freelancers and independent contractors. Many of these individuals choose to be independent contractors because they enjoy the flexibility that freelancing provides and the control that it gives them to shape their careers. Even so, the Biden Administration recently issued a rule that would coerce companies... READ MORE

January 31, 2024 9:39AM

Certificate of need (CON) laws are a regulatory, administrative, and financial burden on community-centered medical practices like Watauga Orthopedics in East Tennessee. Kim Marden shares Watauga’s story in this video and asks the question—are CON laws really necessary in Tennessee? READ MORE

November 20, 2023 9:09AM

Case Status:Victory! Our lawsuit prompted Mt. Juliet to repeal its $100/day fee for food trucks.  Food trucks rushed to help Mt. Juliet residents in March 2020 after the city was ravaged by a tornado. The city and its residents welcomed food trucks with open arms in the wake of the tornado and the beginning of... READ MORE

September 26, 2023 2:33PM

Current Status of Lawsuit: Federal First Amendment lawsuit filed on September 25, 2023 The Story  Particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more Americans use the internet to buy goods, conduct meetings, and even consult with their doctors. As one form of e-commerce, online auctions have grown significantly in popularity over the past decade. Consumers,... READ MORE