Business Law

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Business Law

Whether you are a first-time entrepreneur or a seasoned business executive, every business of every size can benefit from the advice and counsel of a business law attorney. The laws, rules, and regulations that can affect a business are voluminous. They also change on a regular basis. As a business owner, you likely want to be able to focus on growing your business and steering your business toward success. Most business owners do not want to spend the majority of their time immersed in reading laws and legal updates.

A Tennessee business law attorney provides you with the legal knowledge and advice you need in order to make sound and well-reasoned decisions concerning the future of your business. With the business law team of attorneys at Douglass & Runger, Attorneys at Law, you will be ready to deal decisively with whatever challenge or situation your business may face.

Advice and Assistance With a Variety of Business Law Issues

At Douglass & Runger, Attorneys at Law, we assist our business clients in tackling the legal issues and questions they encounter as they operate their businesses. From the first moments the business is formed until the time when the business ceases operations, we are there to lend our advice and knowledge to the business owner so he or she can confidently manage his or her company’s operations. Specifically, we provide legal counsel and advice on business law issues such as:

Partnerships
In its most basic form, a partnership exists in a situation in which two or more people enter into an
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Partnership Disputes
The stress of business operations can create fractures or divisions in even the strongest of friendships. Partnerships are no exception
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Limited Liability Companies
A limited liability company (abbreviated as LLC) is a recently-developed business entity that is designed to combine some of the
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Corporations
A corporation is a type of business entity that an entrepreneur may elect to pursue when forming a new business
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Corporate Dissolution
Nothing lasts forever. This includes businesses and corporations that at some point in time will, for whatever reason, decide to
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Commercial Litigation
The vast majority of lawsuits – whether they are personal injury lawsuits, criminal proceedings, or business law disputes – end
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Commercial Contract Drafting
Contracts are the lifeblood of commerce. Whether you are an individual or a business, contracts play an important role in
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Buy and Sell Agreements
When you start a business, you do not immediately think about events that can threaten the longevity and continuity of
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Business Formation
America in general and Tennessee in particular has a rich tradition and history of entrepreneurs who have opened their own
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