Business Law Section

The Business Law Section furthers the knowledge of its members in the law of the Uniform Commercial Code, banking law, corporate law, partnership law, matters of debtor and creditor relations, and litigation practice related to such law.

Egerton, McAfee, Armistead &...
P. O. Box 2047
Knoxville, TN 37901-2047
Immediate Past Chair
Bass, Berry & Sims PLC
150 Third Ave. S., Suite 2800
Nashville, TN 37201
Lincoln Memorial University Duncan...
601 W. Summit Hill Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37902

Business Law Section to Meet at TBA Convention

Please make plans to join the TBA Business Law Section for a business meeting that will be held in conjunction with 2017 Tennessee Bar Association Convention. The TBA Tax Law Section meeting is scheduled as follows:


Friday, June 16, 2017
 2 – 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time


Meadowview Marriott
, 1901 Meadowview Parkway, Kingsport, TN 37660
 (423) 578-6600

Room Location – Holston-Watauga Room

A conference call will be available for those unable to join us in person. The following are the instructions for joining the call:

You will dial in on the following number: 1-855-795-9620

You will then be prompted to enter the following conference ID number, followed by the pound (#) sign: 4424167#


Items for discussion include:

  1. Ideas for CLE programming and webcasts
  2. Pro Bono Opportunities
  3. What items would you like to see in your inbox?  Getting the most out of your Section Connects.
  4. Networking and Mentoring within the Section

Advance registration for the TBA Convention is now closed, however, you can still register at the event.

You do not have to be registered for convention to attend this cection meeting. We hope to see you there!

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