Hire the firm that KNOWS business.

Law firms practice law--it's what they do. But many if not most law firms are limited in their knowledge of business. There's a big difference between studying the liberal arts versus studying business, researching legal theory versus poring over budgets and spreadsheets. TriStar Law KNOWS business.

When you're litigating business issues, it's not enough to have a competent attorney. You need an accomplished business leader who understands what your business does and how it does it. You need an attorney who understands what you're hoping to achieve for your business through litigation. You need an attorney who understands the unique stresses of running a business. You need TriStar Law.

Our founder and managing attorney, Daniel Lewis, has focused on business his entire life. He grew up working for his family's pest control business and farming business, developing and selling his first piece of real estate before he had even graduated from high school!

Daniel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance from MTSU, where he was captain of the College of Business's Investment Challenge team and was the only nominee from the State of Tennessee for the Golden Key's International Scholar Laureate Program's Dubai Delegation on Business. He holds a Master of Science (MS) in Financial Engineering from the prestigious Columbia University in the City of New York, where he learned finance and complex quantitative analytics from key leaders at investment banks and consulting firms. He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Financial Services from the University of Tennessee at Martin, where he was honored as a College of Business student of the month, and a Certificate in Law & Business from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the business school liaison for the Law and Business Society.

Daniel has held certifications as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), , Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA), and Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA). He is also actively involved in contributing to the continued and sustained growth of Nashville's real estate market.

Hire the firm that knows law AND business. Hire TriStar Law.

Breach of Contract

Unfortunately, despite your best intentions, sometimes the other party to a contract fails to fulfill their obligations under the contract.

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Interference with Business Relationships

If someone makes false claims or accusations against your business to drive away customers--either existing or prospective--you may have a cause of action.

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Intentional Interference with Contractual Relationships

When a third party intentionally induces or encourages someone with whom you have a contract to breach that contract, you may have a cause of action against that third party.

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Misrepresentation

If a person has either fraudulently or negligently misled you about something, and their misleading caused you to subsequently form a contract, you may have a cause of action.

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Unfair Competition

Sometimes, employees may improperly use confidential information or violate do-not-compete agreements to harm their employer and their employer's business prospects.

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