Clarksville, TN: (931) 647-1501 | Springfield, TN: (615) 382-4420

Batson Nolan - Offices located in Clarksville, TN & Springfield, TN – Serving all your law needs in Montgomery County, Ft. Campbell, and greater Tennessee with experienced lawyer services.

Clarksville Business Law Attorneys

Attorneys in this area:

Richard H. Batson | Dan L. Nolan | Matthew J. Ellis  | Christina M. Bartee

The Business and Corporate Law Group at Batson Nolan has years of experience representing businesses of all sizes, from sole proprietorships to corporations, in a wide range of commercial law matters. From entity formation, through acquisitions and contract negotiations, and on to the eventual sale of a business, we make it our goal to develop ongoing relationships with our clients and assist with legal matters through all phases of business ownership.

We have expertise in assisting individuals, including professionals, with starting a new enterprise or reorganizing an existing company. We help entrepreneurs form businesses by assisting with entity selection and creating corporate by-laws and operating agreements. Our Clarksville attorneys are also experienced in negotiating acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, mergers and dissolutions.

Our attorneys work with our corporate clients of any size on matters they encounter in day-to-day operations, such as lease and contract negotiations, non-compete agreements and drafting resolutions. We also assist businesses on their annual shareholder meetings, drafting proxy forms, preparing minutes and other governmental requirements.

Before you form a new business, enter contract negotiations or sign an agreement of any kind, contact our Clarksville attorneys to arrange a confidential consultation to discuss your commercial law matters. We can help you be successful. You can reach our Clarksville attorneys at (931) 647-1501, or contact our commercial law firm online for more information and to get started today.

Offering business law expertise in these areas:


  • Entity Selection
  • Entity Formation
  • Entity Dissolution
  • Franchising
  • Joint Ventures
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Acquisitions and Mergers
  • Sale of Business
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Non-Compete Agreements

Helpful Links and Resources:

Choice of Entity for Agribusiness
Farm Revenue Conference – Choice of Entity PowerPoint (PDF).

Tennessee Secretary of State: