Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Court reviews whether security agency was negligent at a Nashville night club

COREY GREENE, ET AL. v. YASEEN TITI D/B/A CRUSH NIGHT CLUB, ET AL. (Tenn. Ct. App. January 12, 2010)

This negligence action arose from a gunshot injury suffered by the plaintiff, Mr. Greene, when he was a customer at the co-defendant's night club in Nashville. The shooter was never identified. Mr. Greene filed suit against the night club and the agency providing security at the club, claiming that the security agency was negligent in allowing an individual into the club with a weapon. The defendant security agency moved for summary judgment. After a hearing, the trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the defendant security agency, holding that the agency affirmatively negated an element of Mr. Greene's claim by refuting his allegation that a security guard accepted a bribe and by showing that the agency did not breach any duty to Mr. Greene. The plaintiffs timely appealed. We affirm.

Opinion may be found at:

SWINEY Concurring in part and dissenting in part:

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