Business Litigation Services in Nashville Tennessee
Located in Nashville, Keith Williams Law Group offers civil litigation services to a variety of clients from individuals and families to small and commercial businesses. We will provide you with comprehensive services for your consumer or business law needs. Your case will have nuances and details that are particular only to you and, while we bring 20 years of experience to the table, we know that every case must be tailored to the individual client’s needs.
Even the most experienced consumers or the most savvy business owners can have their judgment clouded by emotions when involved in a business dispute or lawsuit. We can provide the objective, analytical investigations and case evaluations that you need to understand, establish, and attain your goals in resolving the dispute. It does not matter if you are an individual or business – your time is valuable to you and we won’t waste it. And, while it is always financially preferable to reach a mutually beneficial resolution of your case, it is always smart to have trial attorneys working on your side. The simple reason is that the other party’s attorneys will recognize that, while we will always “come to the table” to listen to fair negotiations, should they not fairly resolve your issues – we will be ready to take the case to trial.
Areas we can provide you assistance with are:
- Business and Commercial Litigation
- Contractual Disputes
- Real Estate Disputes
- Commercial Debt Collection
- Civil Litigation in State and Federal Courts
- Mediation and Arbitration
- Corporate or Business Disputes
- Business Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation
- Partnership Lawsuits
We understand the cost, both financial and emotional, that civil disputes and lawsuits can have on you. Your goals will become our goals and our job will be to provide the legal support your case requires in order to meet them. Please contact our office for a complimentary initial consultation with one of our experienced business and commercial litigation attorneys.
Business Litigation Frequently Asked Questions
A General Partnership, as defined by R.U.P.A, defines partnership as an association of two or more persons to carry on as co-owners of a business for profit. The formation of a partnership can be done without the intent to do so. Circumstances may imply the existence of a partnership, as the individuals involved have entered into a business relationship for profit, combining their property, labor, skill, experience or money (Bass v. Bass; S.W. 2nd 38). There are not any formalities required in order to form a partnership.