Business & Commercial Litigation
We are experienced trial lawyers for business people. Experience can make the difference between winning and losing in commercial and business litigation, and in arbitration. The lawyers at Pepper Law, PLC, a Nashville business litigation law firm, know how businesses work and know how business people work. Whether you have a case in Nashville, or in any other part of Middle, East or West Tennessee, we have the knowledge, experience and skills to help you.
Pepper Law, PLC is a Nashville, Tennessee based law firm consisting of experienced and seasoned trial lawyers whose core practice areas include representing businesses and individuals involved in commercial litigation in Nashville and in all areas of Tennessee in federal and state courts. Let our experience in business and commercial litigation go to work for you.
The firm’s lawyers have represented clients in a remarkably wide range of industries and in litigation involving literally thousands of different types of claims. The firm can gear up for major, high stakes litigation, but is also nimble enough to provide tailored, cost effective representation in matters which call for less resources.
The lawyers at Pepper Law, PLC, a Nashville business litigation law firm, fully appreciate the costs, both monetary and non-monetary, that a lawsuit can have on our clients. Our firm will strive to find the most cost-effective solution to resolve your dispute. We will explore ways that your matter can be resolved early, if that is compatible with your goals.
We will prepare your case thoroughly for a trial, if a trial is necessary to obtain the best outcome. Most of the time in commercial and business litigation, the best way to achieve an optimal settlement for our clients is to take the steps that make it clear to the opposing party and its lawyers that we will be prepared for a trial and will try our client’s case if we cannot achieve a suitable settlement.
We are willing, in appropriate cases, to represent clients in business and commercial litigation pursuant to contingency fee agreements and other nonconventional arrangements.
Attorney and founding member J. Ross Pepper has received an “AV” rating from Martindale Hubbell and has been recognized by the Tennessee Bar Association and leading legal publications for his outstanding achievements in the fields of commercial and business litigation. Mr. Pepper acted as lead counsel in a nationwide class action in which the class recovered a settlement with a value in excess of 25 million dollars. He has over 25 years of experience as a trial lawyer representing clients in commercial and business litigation. Mr. Pepper has successfully represented clients in commercial and business cases all across Tennessee.
Pepper Law, PLC handles all types of commercial litigation and business litigation in Nashville and throughout Tennessee, including:
- Breach of contract cases
- Arbitration of commercial and business cases
- Arbitration of employment cases
- Executive employment contract cases
- Business torts
- Non-compete cases
- Employment related cases
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Severance agreements
- Trade secret cases
- Temporary injunction cases
- Commercial debt collection
- Limited liability company disputes
- Shareholder and corporate disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty cases
- Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) cases
- Private placement offering cases
- Unpaid commissions cases
- Intentional interference with contract cases
- Fraudulent transfers
- Piercing the corporate veil cases
- Defense of bankruptcy preference claims
- Third-party administrator (“TPA”) cases
- Promissory note and guarantee cases
- Warranties and representations in the purchase and sale of businesses cases
- Lost profits
- Lender liability cases
- Arbitration of Commercial, Business and Employment Cases
- Breach of Contract Litigation
- Commercial Debt Collection
- Construction Law and Construction Defects
- Employment Related Agreements
- Insurance and Insurance Policy Litigation
- Limited Liability Company Litigation
- Unpaid Commissions Cases
- Will, Probate and Trust Cases