Top Nashville Mergers & Acquisitions Lawyers - Tennessee

  • In Nashville, Tennessee, and across the state, our team at Blink Law, LLC, provides outstanding representation in business contract and environmental law cases. Our law office also serves Middle Tennessee, including Murfreesboro, Brentwood, Franklin and throughout Williamson, Wilson, Davidson and Rutherford counties, in the following areas: • Real estate law • Land use and zoning...

  • When facing difficult legal challenges, it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side who cares as much as you do about the outcome of your case. I am attorney Michael W. Ferrell, and for more than 35 years, I have helped individuals and families through the difficult times in their lives. Along the way, I have succeeded in earning a reputation for excellence in the practice of law...

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    For more than 35 years, Phillips & Ingrum Attorneys at Law has guided individuals and businesses in Gallatin, Nashville, Sumner County and throughout Middle Tennessee through a diverse range of legal issues. No case is too significant or complex for our firm. Our attorneys’ experience includes handling: Will contests and other disputes between heirs, beneficiaries, trustees, and estate...

  • Lawyer William G. Colvin began his law career in 1979. Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mr. Colvin specializes in mass torts, such as defective drugs and medical devices. He also focuses on construction law. Mr. Colvin’s law firm has worked with clients affected by defective drugs such as Fen/Phen, Propulsid, Vioxx, and Bextra. He continues to work with clients affected by silicone gel...

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Need help with a Mergers and Acquisitions matter?

You've come to the right place.  If you are considering expanding or trimming your business, a mergers & acquisitions lawyer can help.

Mergers & Acquisitions ("M&A") lawyers help strategize, negotiate, and execute transactions where two or more businesses combine into a single new entity (“merger”), or where one business purchases another (“acquisition”).

Use FindLaw to hire a local mergers & acquisitions lawyer to help with friendly or contested acquisitions, spin-offs, or defensive planning.

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