Davidson County, Tennessee Business Lawyers
Ashley has been with Larry R. Williams, PLLC since 2008. She represents families and small businesses needing assistance with estate planning, probate, business formation, contracts, business collections and succession planning. She additionally handles personal injury cases including car and motorcycle accidents. Her clients praise her attention to detail and responsiveness.
Jonathan is a personal injury attorney in Nashville and is the managing partner of Larry R. Williams, PLLC. He handles cases all over Middle Tennessee including car wrecks, motorcycle accidents, large truck collisions, construction site accidents and many other type of negligent injury and wrongful death claims. Jonathan also represent businesses on day to day matters and litigates business matters and disputes. In addition, Jonathan manages the firm's Social Security Disability practice and estate planning and probate practice. In 2015 Jonathan was awarded the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbel. He maintains a 10.0 rating on Avvo and...
In June 2006, Johnnie Bond started Bond Law as a boutique, general practice law firm in Washington, DC. Through Bond Law, Bond weaves together his transactional and litigation skills to provide his clients with comprehensive legal services designed to achieve success and add value. Bond's practice includes Accident/Personal Injury Litigation, Bankruptcy, Divorce, DUI/DWI, Business Law and Commercial Litigation for Government Contracting Companies, Contract Disputes, Real Estate and General Legal Services for Small Businesses and Start-up Companies. Bond Law also collaborates with Lita Rosario, Esq. and Wyz Girl Entertainment for Copyright and Trademark Infringement Law.
(855) 426-6352 1100 H St NW
Washington, DC 20005
Washington, DC 20005
Established in 1992, Farrar & Bates is a comprehensive litigation firm concentrating on trial and appellate practice in state and federal court, as well as administrative, arbitration, and mediation proceedings. The firm regularly defends Tennessee municipalities, municipal officers, and municipal employees in the practice areas of employment discrimination and retaliation, premises liability, general tort liability, workers’ compensation, wage and hour disputes, police liability, civil rights, land use, zoning and planning, contract disputes, and inverse condemnation. In addition, Farrar & Bates regularly consults with municipalities regarding the drafting of municipal ordinances and employment issues such as employee rights and the hiring, training, discipline,...
A native of South Carolina, Hannah completed her undergraduate studies in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from the University of Memphis. Following graduation, Hannah attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School. There she earned her Juris Doctor degree graduating cum laude in May 2010 and was admitted to practice law in the state of Tennessee in October 2010. In June 2012 Hannah was admitted to practice law in the state of Florida. Hannah is currently a Member of the Tennessee and Nashville Bar Associations. Born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Hannah participated in a wide range...
Education -Nashville School of Law, Nashville, Tennessee J.D. – 2008 -Honors: Top 15% (Class Rank: 14th out of 112) -Honors: Harry Phillips American Inn of Court—Student Member 2007-2008 -University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, Tennessee B.S. summa cum laude -Honors: Phi Kappa Phi -Honors: Recipient of the Outstanding Criminal Justice Student Award -Major: Criminal Justice -Minor: Political Science Professional Associations and Memberships -Tennessee Bar Association -Tennessee Association for Justice
With over 30 years' experience representing individuals and small businesses, Daniel L. Wischhof is a familiar figure in the legal communities of Davidson, Williamson, Sumner, Robertson, Wilson, and Maury counties and the entire Middle Tennessee area. He has been a participant in the Program of Instruction for Lawyers at Harvard Law School, chaired the Alternative Dispute Resolution section of the Nashville Bar Association, and taught numerous seminars for attorneys for the Tennessee Bar Association and private institutes. Areas of practice include civil litigation, real estate issues, estate planning and probate, bankruptcy planning, and small business. Appointments are available in Franklin...
(615) 791-6242 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 600
P. O. Box 681416
Franklin, TN 37068
P. O. Box 681416
Franklin, TN 37068
Lawrence B. Hammet II (“Beau”) is 57 years old and original native of the Commonwealth of Kentucky having been born and raised in Paducah, KY. Beau moved to Nashville with his family in the late 80’s to commence his practice of law. Beau handles a number of different high profile litigation matters cases pending Federal and state courts, arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution processes. Beau's experiences have lead him to litigate matters in Tennessee, Alabama, as well as other states throughout the south and mid-west. In addition to litigation, Beau handles transactional work with various clients,...
LICENSED IN TN & MS; 45 YEARS EXPERIENCE; REPRESENTED OVER 100 TRUCKING COMPANIES; OBTAINED ONE OF LARGEST WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENTS IN HISTORY OF CLARKSVILLE, MONRTGOMERY COUNTY, TENNESSEE; OBTAINED PLAINTIFF SETTLEMENTS OF OVER $6 MILLION IN EACH OF PAST TWO YEARS.
(615) 248-2828 NASHVILLE, TN 37215
Jeremiah started working in real estate while still in college in 2001 and is now a managing partner of a real estate investment group, Certified Residential Appraiser, and a licensed attorney with a law office in downtown Nashville. Jeremiah’s leadership and direction has played a critical role in the success of his businesses and clients.
Charles K. Grant's experience includes defending clients in complex employment litigation, including class actions and collective actions (wage and hour litigation); litigation concerning claims under Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA); wrongful discharge; sexual, racial, age, national-origin, disability, and religious discrimination and harassment under state and federal laws; Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA); retaliatory discharge; defamation; intentional infliction of emotional distress, tortious interference with contract; employment and non-compete agreements; protection of trade secrets; drug-testing; conspiracy; reductions in force; and the Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act (WARN). His clients also include licensed professionals such as lawyers, physicians and dentists, whom...