Jonathan Marx reports in The Nashville Tennessean that "Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle is expected to rule in the next few days whether to approve a settlement between Fisk University and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum." There was a hearing on the settlement today. Reports Marx:
"Speaking from the bench, Lyle noted that in a case regarding a disagreement over a charitable gift, the law doesn’t require a perfect solution, but rather a solution that comes as close as possible to honoring the wishes of the donor. ... If Lyle chooses not to approve the settlement, all parties will proceed to a Sept. 18 trial date, at which the museum will argue that it should get the entire Stieglitz Collection because Fisk has breached the conditions of O’Keeffe’s donation."