Charley Reasor was one of the founders of the firm on January 1, 1981. Prior to that time, Mr. Reasor was a partner in one of the oldest and largest firms in Nashville. Mr. Reasor is the firm’s managing member, and his practice primarily involves commercial real estate transactions and commercial workouts.
Mr. Reasor has extensive experience in a wide variety of real estate related matters involving national, regional, and international clients, including acquisitions, dispositions, 1031 exchanges, leases, and re-structures. He was lead counsel in the multi-creditor workout involving a prominent regional real estate syndicator, and has since lectured extensively on the commercial work out techniques and strategies from both debtor and creditor standpoints.
Mr. Reasor is a native Kentuckian and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky (B.S.C., with distinction, honors in economics, 1968). He graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1975. Mr. Reasor is a member of the Nashville (Chairman, 1991, Real Estate Law Section) and Tennessee Bar Associations. He has been included in the Nashville Post’s 2003 list of the 100 Best Lawyers in Nashville and 2011 list of the 101 Best Lawyers in Nashville, Business TN Magazine’s 2006 List of the 150 Best Lawyers in Tennessee, the Mid-South Super Lawyers list since 2006, Nashville Business Journal’s 2009 Best Of The Bar, The Best Lawyers in America since 2007, Chambers USA America’s Leading Lawyers For Business since 2009, and the Nashville Post’sInCharge lists for 2010 and 2011.
Mr. Reasor is an avid University of Kentucky basketball fan. He served as an officer in the United States Army from 1969 to 1972 after graduating from the United States Army Field Artillery Officer Candidate School. He has been active in a variety of civic, educational, and philanthropic activities.
- Commercial Real Estate
- Commercial Workouts
- Commercial Law
University of Kentucky (B.S.C., with distinction, honors in Economics, 1968)
Vanderbilt University (J.D., 1975).