Business Law Attorney in
Knoxville & Farragut, Tennessee

At the Law Office of Joshua S. Reed, we have the resources and experience to help you in business-related litigation. Whether you face a breach of contract or dissolution of your business, our experienced team will walk you through the entire legal process and determine what best suits your needs. Even if you're involved in a breach of fiduciary duty dispute or unfulfilled contract disputes, we can explore your legal options, help settle such disputes, or determine the best way to protect you and your business from potential liabilities or debts.

The Law Office of Joshua S. Reed is proud to represent clients across Knoxville, Farragut, and all over East Tennessee, including Knox, Blount, Sevier, Anderson, and Union Counties.

Drafting or Enforcement of Contracts

Our knowledgeable team can help you create business contracts, such as partnership agreements, non-compete agreements, buy-sell agreements, shareholder agreements, and service contracts. We can also assist with revisions and/or renegotiation of existing contracts.

Other business formation tasks we can help you with include:

  • Drafting company agreements, policies, procedures, bylaws, and operating agreements
  • Fulfilling Tennessee's business formation or registration requirements
  • Preparing corporate documents
  • Enforcement of liquidated damages
  • Applying for licenses and permits
  • Reviewing business contracts, procedures, and policies to ensure compliance
  • Protecting you, your partners, and the business from potential litigation
  • Filing required taxes

We will work diligently with you to help you understand your business needs and goals. We will also help you navigate every step involved in the formation process from start to finish and lay a solid legal foundation that will protect you from personal liability.

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Contract Disputes

All parties involved in every business contract are expected to act in good faith. Unfortunately, disputes often arise between the parties involved in the contract over the terms or conditions of the agreement. At the Law Office of Joshua S. Reed, our team is highly skilled and knowledgeable in resolving conflict and helping businesses protect their assets. We can handle various business and contract disputes, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Unfair business competition and practices
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Offer and acceptance matters
  • Tortious interference with a contract
  • Enforcement issues
  • Clarification of definitions of contract terms
  • Coercion, fraud, and misrepresentation

Depending on your situation, our team can help resolve such contract disputes equitably and fairly, or through other legal remedies. We will take proactive measures to address such issues and mitigate damages.

Business Dissolution

Business dissolution involves the process of closing or dissolving a business entity legally. Closing a company formally can help you avoid fines, future taxes, fees, or continued liability. Some of the common reasons to dissolve a business:

  • Corporate Dissolution
  • LLC ownership disputes
  • Disagreements between business partners
  • Partnership buyouts 
  • Mismanagement of business operations
  • Negligent accounting practices

Our staff can guide you through the business dissolution processes, including filing tax forms, filing a certificate of dissolution, dealing with liabilities, and protecting personal assets. As your representation, we can offer you the comprehensive guidance you need and help make the entire process more streamlined and hassle-free.

Business Litigation Attorney Serving
Knoxville & Farragut, Tennessee

Our team at the Law Office of Joshua S. Reed provides experienced legal guidance and strong advocacy in business law matters. Call us today to schedule a one-on-one consultation. We are proud to serve entrepreneurs and local business owners throughout the Knoxville and Farragut areas, as well as across East Tennessee, including Knox County, Blount County, Sevier County, Anderson County, and Union County.