Wade Cannon is a member of the firm practicing primarily in the field of litigation. Construction litigation and arbitration makes up a significant portion of Wade’s practice. As a result, Wade deals with construction issues from the specificity of compliance with mechanic’s and materialman’s lien laws to general breach of contract matters. As a result of his practice in this area, Wade is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association Construction Law Section and the Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel. Wade is also listed in Best Lawyers in America 2013.
Another significant portion of Wade’s practice involves representation of banks with particular emphasis on collection matters. Wade has drafted notes, security agreements, deeds of trust and other security documents as well as implementing collection procedures through suit and foreclosure as the firm handles both collection and foreclosure actions in Tennessee as well as Georgia. As a direct result of Wade’s collection practice, he has practiced a great deal in the bankruptcy courts. He has handled bankruptcy stay litigation, defended preference actions and participated in a wide range of creditor related rights issues in bankruptcy litigation.
Wade has also represented insurance companies in personal injury suits and has participated as counsel in legal malpractice defense cases. Personal injury litigation also constitutes a portion of Wade’s practice.
Coulter v Hendricks, 918 S.W.2d 924 (Tenn. Ct. App. 1996) — Motion to dismiss granted for lack of standing of sibling to annul marriage.
Capital Bank v Brock et al., 2014 WL2993844 (Tenn. Ct. App. E.S. June 30 2014) — Summary judgment granted for deficiency on a real estate foreclosure.