Liquor store qualifies for license amid legislative changes

Due to a surprise moratorium imposed at the end of the 2018 legislative session, a local liquor store was at risk for not qualifying for a liquor license, and therefore its investors would have to terminate the project and lose significant sums for land acquisition and construction.

Waller was able to identify and negotiate a filing process with Tennessee ABC and file an application between passage of legislation by state legislature and signature by governor.

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