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Bristol Business Lawyers

Elliott Lawson & Minor P.C. (ELM) is composed of attorneys practicing in the Tri-Cities region of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia (Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia; Johnson City and Kingsport, Tennessee; Abingdon, Virginia) from its base in Bristol, a single community forming two cities in two different states.

All of the firm's lawyers are admitted to practice in both Tennessee and Virginia state courts. The firm handles cases in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia in both state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels.

ELM attorneys have extensive experience practicing before state and federal administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The firm's attorneys live in Virginia and Tennessee and are involved in the social, civic and political life of the region.

Most of the firm's clients are businesses with headquarters in the region, government organizations in Tennessee and Virginia, and national and international firms with regional interests. The firm's attorneys are experienced in litigation, consultation, and other representation in commercial, contract, construction, labor, employment, civil rights, municipal and environmental matters. The firm also handles substantial transactional matters such as mergers, acquisitions, buy-sell agreements, and other business issues. We provide a high level of professionalism and expertise that our clients deserve.

Utilizing the latest communication and research technologies, ELM is dedicated to providing effective value-based legal services to its clients.

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Elliott Lawson & Minor, P.C.
110 Piedmont Avenue, Suite 300
Bristol, VA 24201

Phone: 276-466-8400
Toll free: 800-814-1892
Fax: 276-466-8161

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