William G. Brown

Will Brown is an attorney in the firm's Franklin office and a member of the Real Estate and Banking service group. His practice centers largely on banking, including the documentation of syndicated credit facilities, asset-based loans, music catalog loans, real estate financing, non-profit and charitable institution credit facilities, and the extension of credit to varied types of businesses.

Mr. Brown is also experienced in real estate law, general corporate matters, business litigation, and professional liability. He counsels a wide variety of clients on acquisitions, dispositions, financing, zoning, development, planning, leasing, governance, and legal ethics issues. In addition, he counsels non-profits and has experience in conservation easements.

Recent Assignments
Bar Admissions
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
American Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association
Nashville Bar Association
Williamson County Bar Association
More Than Stites & Harbison

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brown practiced for several years with a small boutique firm in Nashville, where he advised businesses and executives on a wide array of issues – from corporate organization, governance, recapitalizations, private equity transactions, and mergers all the way to lawsuits at the trial and appellate levels. Will lives in his hometown of Franklin, where he spends most of his time trying to be the best husband and dad he can be to his wife and two children. Sometimes that includes hiking, swimming, cycling, or just being outside. He'll also do just about anything to get back to Sewanee.

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Stites & Harbison grows its Tennessee presence - Adds three real estate attorneys

Real Estate & Banking Practice Gains Strength NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Stites & Harbison, PLLC welcomes three attorneys to its Tennessee offices. David Wicker joins the Nashville office while Will Brown and Madison (Matt) Roberts IV join the...
by Stites & Harbison, PLLC November 13, 2015