Tennessee corporate law requires a Tennessee Business Attorney who is experienced in business transactions, compliance and litigation. Do you need to buy or sell a business? Do you need to re-evaluate your liability exposure by forming a corporation or LLC? Or maybe you need to review a contract for your business or employment to better avoid costly future litigation. Sam Cross Law is experienced in handling both large and small business clients and transactions. Contact our office to schedule an initial consultation. Also, feel free to view the topics below to better learn your options before you call.
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Sam Cross Law
Franklin Tennessee Business Attorney
TENNESSEE BUSINESS LAW TOPICS
Sell A Business or Buy A Business
If you are looking to buy or sell a business or an interest in a business, there is too much at risk to try and make sure the Tennessee Business is merged, acquired, or liquidated properly on your own. More importantly, you need assistance to clarify everyone’s rights, responsibilities and liabilities and better avoid future liabilities and lawsuits.
Contract Drafting & Review
Boilerplate clauses and provisions are not hard to find, but understanding everything that should be in the contract and what it means is not something you will find in a form you got online or from a friend. Invest in your success now and to better avoid costly litigation later.
Asset Purchase Agreement
If you are looking to buy or sell a business, a properly drafted purchase agreement is essential to protecting all parties involved identifying the rights, responsibilities and risks allocated between you and the other parties in the transaction.
Bill of Sale
A bill of sale is simply a written instrument that evidences and details the sale of goods, assets, or transfers property from one party to another. A bill of sale evidences requisite contract elements are present including offer, acceptance and consideration. Depending on the needs of the transaction, a bill of sale can be both simple and complex.
Executive Employment Agreement
Both businesses and executives work hard to carefully select the right pairing for mutual success. A clear and thorough Employment Agreement provides for the obligations and expectations of both parties while minimizing future disputes. Neither the business nor the executive can perform well if they are worried about their relationship or ambiguities not addressed in an employment agreement. Get the legal work properly done and out of the way for a successful new relationship.
Incorporation & Business Formation
How do you choose the right business entity for your needs? What’s the difference between a Corporation and Limited Liability Corporation (LLC). What business entity agreements and documents do I need between those involved in the business? What documents, permits, and licenses are required to register the business?
Stock Purchase Agreement
If you are looking to buy or sell stock ownership in a business, a properly drafted purchase agreement is essential to protecting all parties involved identifying the rights, responsibilities and risks allocated between you and the other parties in the transaction.
Acquisition Escrow Agreement
In private merger and acquisition transactions, buyers and sellers often have post-closing liabilities and obligations. To better protect the buyer and help facilitate the sale for the seller, an acquisition escrow agreement allows for a portion of the purchase price to be held in escrow until performance by one or both of the parties.