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Richardson R. Lynn, Lawyer

Richard Lynn

Serving Nebraska, Tennessee,

Richard Lynn began practicing law in 1976 in Nashville, Tennessee. After a career in legal education, including service as Dean at two law schools, he now has a law practice in two states, Tennessee and Nebraska. He has written books about jury trial and appeals, as well as other articles and contributions to legal treatises. Richard currently represents businesses and nonprofit organizations which seek to grow, nationally and internationally, and understand the value of sensible legal advice. Start-ups are welcome. Whether the ultimate objective is franchising or company-owned expansion, you should lay the groundwork by preventing future legal problems.

The preventive law principles in Richard’s business law practice apply to existing businesses, as well. And sometimes, no matter how well you’ve prepared, your business can be attacked by competitors, former employees, or the government. Richard will lead your defense. He is always available to help small businesses with complex matters. Learn more about Richard and his practice at

  • Education

    Juris Doctor of Law, Vanderbilt University School of Law, 1976Bachelor of Arts, Abilene Christian University, 1973Associate of Arts, York College, 1970
  • Bar Admissions

    TennesseeNebraskaU.S. District Courts for the Middle District of Tennessee and NebraskaU.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth, and Federal CircuitsU.S. Supreme Court

Practice Areas

Breach of Contract
Business Agreements
Business Litigation
Buying and Selling Businesses
Civil Litigation
Complex Litigation
Contract Disputes
Criminal Law
Dispute Resolution & Mediation
Intellectual Property
Mergers & Acquisitions
Offers in Compromise
Partnership Disputes
Securities Fraud
Trade Secrets
Trademarks & Brand Management
White Collar Crime