Business Litigation

In today’s complex world, it sometimes seems that it is inevitable that a business will be involved in litigation. However, with careful planning, proper document preparation and implementation of good corporate and business practices, litigation can often be avoided or reduced. We take great pride in offering our wide array of experience to businesses.

Unfortunately, sometimes litigation cannot be avoided. Our firm has had the opportunity to successfully represent all sizes and many types of businesses. In particular, Mr. Taylor has represented a major retailer in hundreds of cases and tried dozens of those cases to a jury verdict in state and federal courts. He has also been involved in numerous other complex suits involving contract disputes, lien disputes, serious personal injuries and construction defects.


Mr. McDonald & Mr. Levy have also represented many businesses, both in and out of court. They understand the needs and requirements of representing a business, whether it is large or small.

In representing businesses, we offer numerous services to help protect our clients:
  • Reviewing and Drafting Contracts
  • Forming Corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
  • Forming Partnerships and Limited Partnerships
  • Drafting critical correspondence
  • Offering our clients advice on how to structure important transactions


Our firm has represented several homeowner associations and lot owners who have disputes with a homeowner association. As such, we have had a great deal of experience in:
  • Drafting Covenants and Restrictions
  • Forming Homeowner’s Associations
  • Litigating for and against Homeowner’s Associations


Being experienced litigators, our attorneys know what needs to be done to try to avoid litigation and what steps to take to prepare for litigation. If litigation does happen, our attorneys are experienced in many types of business litigation. Farrell A. Levy is listed as a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Taylor is both listed by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a Rule 31 Mediator.

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