TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Amelia Ferrell Knisely on Feb 9, 2016

The city of Rocky Top settled its lawsuit with House of Bryant Publications, the copyright holders of the popular bluegrass tune with the same name. The company sued the city in 2013 in an effort to prevent the name change. The city is now allowed to sell trademarked items, as long as money raised goes to the city. The Associated Press reports a separate settlement with the development group that proposed the tourist complex, Rocky Top Tennessee Marketing and Manufacturing, is still under negotiation.