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If you are a business owner, you might operate your business under your name, a different name but as an unincorporated entity, or through a separate business entity. In Tennessee, it is common to operate businesses as a limited liability company (“LLCs”). This blog is to continue the discussion started in a previous post (click here for prior post) regarding the benefits of forming an LLC in Tennessee and to briefly discuss piercing the corporate veil, a mechanism to hold a business owner personally liable for the business’s liabilities..
Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison is proud to share that Tonya Kennedy Cammon has been welcomed as a member of the Chattanooga Bar Foundation Fellows. She was recognized at the 2018 Fellows Luncheon held at The Walden Club on June 27, 2018.
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