Tennessee Law Firm

Representing Banks, lenders, and insurance carriers

The Cheadle | Law offices are an association of attorneys representing business clients, particularly lenders, in forums throughout the state of Tennessee. The firm, with offices in Nashville and Knoxville, has an extensive creditors' rights practice in state court and represents creditors in bankruptcy court.

The Cheadle offices have been included in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. John R. Cheadle, Jr. has an AV-Preeminent rating in Martindale-Hubbell.

The Nashville attorneys of Cheadle | Law—and in Knoxville, Cheadle and Schnupp, P.L.L.C.—are actively involved in collection law, receivership law, commercial litigation, general business law, bankruptcy law, insurance law, and aviation law. The banks and companies which the Cheadle | Law offices represent are among the most prominent names in banking and insurance.


The firm has an extensive creditors’ rights practice in state court and represents creditors in bankruptcy court. The Cheadle | Law offices provide legal representation in the following areas:

  • Business Law
  • Banking Law
  • Creditor Bankruptcy Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Receivership Law
  • Aviation Law

John Cheadle owns and flies two small jets, a Falcon 10 and a Citation S/II, which he pilots to court, depositions and meetings throughout Tennessee and the country.

   

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