Top Franklin Communications & Media Lawyers - Tennessee

Located in Washington, D.C., the Technology Law Group offers unmatched representation and support to companies in the telecommunications and technology industries that have serious and pressing legal issues affecting their operations. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the United States, our law firm's team of seasoned, top-rated attorneys possess decades of combined legal experience in...

  • 216 Centerview Drive,Suite 317 Brentwood TN 37027 36.02883 -86.78726

    Your experience at Fidelis Law PLLC is based on absolute transparency in consultations, prep work, strategy and litigation. Our attorneys based in Brentwood help our clients throughout Tennessee make informed legal decisions during the legal processes to achieve the best possible outcome in their cases. We specialize in serving nonprofits and tax exempt organizations in addition to for-profit...

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    1201A 7th Ave. N. Nashville TN 37208 36.17424 -86.7907

    When faced with a legal issue, business owners in Nashville, Tennessee, need strong and experienced counsel. At Nathan Colburn’s office, our team is well-equipped to handle the complex topics that frequently arise in commercial law. Our focus on a wide range of legal areas gives us the flexibility and tenacity to address clients’ needs. We accept cases throughout Middle Tennessee,...

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    1004 Fatherland Street,Suite 202 Nashville TN 37206 36.174057 -86.75148

    The Brassel Firm, PLLC, in Nashville, Tennessee, is proud to be the law firm of choice for entrepreneurs, artists, entertainers, influencers and families throughout Tennessee who seek the exceptional entertainment, business and personal legal services that only a boutique firm can give them. Our modern law firm offers our clients a full range of services, including in the following areas: ...

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