Resolving Business Disputes
Small-business disputes can be a drain on your resources. When you signed a contract, your expectation was that all parties would live up to their agreed-to obligations. If you have a situation with a breach of contract or interference with contractual relations, contact The Hurley Law Firm, P.C., for assistance.
Our lawyers have decades of experience in business litigation, and our cost-effective legal advocacy can support the continued profitability of your business. We can negotiate and draft solid contracts to streamline your business transactions.
The Hurley Law Firm, P.C., can also help your company make sound investments in commercial property.
Commercial Purchasing, Leasing And Sales Of Property
Many businesses do not own the land upon which they operate. Commercial tenants rely on location to maintain local clients or to attract pedestrian or street traffic.
Before signing a commercial lease, let us review your documents to make sure you can conduct your business in the manner you choose, and that you are not going to be forced to move from a profitable space.
We have the experience to counsel your business efficiently on its real estate transactions every step of the way, including:
- Zoning matters
- Appeals of property assessments
If you are purchasing commercial real estate in Tennessee, one of your primary concerns is likely how the area zoning laws regulate almost every aspect of each parcel of property.
We Can Help You Navigate Knoxville’s Extensive Zoning Laws
Need help determining whether the property your business is interested in is zoned or can be zoned for the use you intend?
Our business litigation attorneys can advise you if your business plan is consistent with the property’s zoning for:
- Leasing property to tenants
- Restaurant, retail or residential use
- Parking requirements
- Green and environmental considerations
- Air, water and land quality issues
- Plumbing, electrical and gas codes
We can help you seek variances when exceptions to the codes are necessary for reasonable use of your land. These exceptions may include building a structure on an oddly shaped plot or obtaining a special use permit that improves economic value to the neighborhood.
Talk To A Lawyer At Our Firm
Call The Hurley Law Firm, P.C., at 865-888-5472, for experienced commercial litigation when your business is faced with a breach of contract or is looking to expand by investing in property. We provide a no-obligation consultation to discuss the facts of your situation. Reach out to us via email if you prefer.