The firm of Kramer Rayson LLP was established in 1948 by the late Russell Reed Kramer. The firm engages in the general practice of law with the majority of its work consisting of representation of businesses in employment, tax and contractual matters, the representation of individuals in tax, estate, and trust matters, health law, and the defense or prosecution of civil claims. The firm handles both litigation and transactional matters.
Kramer Rayson LLP has twenty-six lawyers who are graduates of law schools at the University of Tennessee, the University of Memphis, Vanderbilt University, the University of Arkansas, Seattle University, Southern Methodist University, and the College of William and Mary. The firm encourages its members to become involved in activities outside the practice of law. The attorneys have served on many local boards, including such institutions as the Knoxville Museum of Art and The University of Tennessee. In addition, firm members are actively involved in state and local bar associations and otherwise participate in numerous charitable and educational entities and activities.
The firm has offices in Knoxville and Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The Knoxville office is located on the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth floors of the First Tennessee Plaza. The firm's Oak Ridge office is located at 105 Donner Drive, Suite A. The firm's web site is intended to provide a public resource of general information about the firm and the business it conducts. While the firm has made every effort to see that the information is correct, complete and up-to-date, the accuracy of all the information contained herein is not guaranteed.
While some of the attorneys in the firm are licensed to practice law in courts other than those in Tennessee, this site should not be interpreted as a solicitation to represent any client in any jurisdiction in which the firm is not authorized to engage in the practice of law. The firm does not wish to represent anyone desiring representation based upon viewing this Web page in a state where this Web page fails to comply with all laws and ethical rules of that state.
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