A Perfect Solution For Your Business And Commercial Law Needs
If you have a small or medium business in Knoxville, you may not need a general counsel or another type of on-staff lawyer. But when you run into a legal problem, you will need help — and you need it quickly.
The association of Parker and LaDuke, employs lawyers who can assist you with a wide range of business and commercial law needs. We are able to work with you to resolve your challenges quickly and cost-effectively, without burdening you with unnecessary retainers or overlitigated solutions.
Avoid Costly Mistakes — Obtain Solid Advice From Our Legal Counsel
In the hustle and bustle of building your business, it can be easy to overlook problem spots that can emerge as serious legal threats to your enterprise’s existence. Small-business owners and managers are often confronted with a crisis that may require a sound, prompt legal analysis.
Parker and LaDuke serves all of eastern Tennessee from our office in Knoxville. Our business lawyers provide sound legal solutions to immediate business problems. We are very accessible; we respond promptly and personally to all calls. You can count on us for help with both litigation and transactional legal services. Our attorneys are experienced in state trial practice and licensed to practice in federal court.
Our Business Law Practice Areas
We handle the following types of small-business legal concerns:
- Breach of contract
- Contract disputes
- Negotiation and drafting contracts
- Review of contracts before or after you sign
- General document review and advice
- Employment-related questions
- Representation in commercial litigation
- Review of noncompete covenants and nondisclosure agreements
- Crisis management and counseling for legal problems
- Debt collections
Let Us Offer Experienced Advocacy
Do not attempt to go it alone when you have a business law challenge.
Call our office at 865-888-5707 or email us to set up an appointment. We’ll give you an honest and rational appraisal of your legal situation, and if we decide together that you have a claim requiring litigation, we’ll represent you in court.