The Ins and Outs of Transactional Practice

Description: This six-hour seminar will provide business attorneys with the information, tools and tips needed to successfully handle common business transactions. The seminar will offer an overview of different forms of business entities, with an emphasis on what entities are best for various clients and business plans, the 2012 adopted amendments to the Tennessee Business Corporation Act, the nuts and bolts of buying and selling a private company, as well as tax issues affecting different business structures. Each session will address pertinent issues for the transactional lawyer. The day will wrap up with a presentation and discussion about civility in the practice of law and ethical situations arising in transactional settings.

Programming for the Law Practice Succession CLE is produced by Mary Beth Haltom of Lewis King in Nashville and Thomas Santel, Jr. of Cope, Hudson, Reed, and McCreary, PLLC in Murfreesboro. Speakers include:

Kristal Boone of Boone Law PLLC in Brentwood
David Stempel of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings in Nashville
Keith Thompson of Waller LLP in Nashville
Byron Trauger of Trauger & Tuke in Nashville
Mark Westlake of Gullett, Sanford, Robinson & Martin PLLC in Nashville

SAVE MONEY: TBA members receive three hours of TennBarU CLE programming free with their TBA Complete Membership. You can use those credits to cut the cost of this course. Not a TBA member, join now to start saving.

You may park in the Commerce Street Garage. We will be validating parking tickets for this garage only, so please make sure to bring your ticket!


This course is no longer available for purchase.

Course Information October 19, 2012
  • Registration: 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • Schedule: 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Location: Nashville, TN
Tennessee Bar Center
Course Credits Dual Credits: 1.75
General Credits: 4.25
Total Credits: 6

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please contact TBA for Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama credit.

Course Agenda

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