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Jonathan H. Peyton, Esq.
Banking and Finance Law; Real Estate Law

Jonathan H. Peyton, Attorney at Kennerly Montgomery
JONATHAN H. PEYTON's practice focuses in the areas of real estate development and lending, corporate and business law, and construction law

Mr. Peyton represents clients varying in size (ranging from start-ups to mature companies with net sales exceeding 100 million) on a full array of corporate, commercial and real estate issues. Mr. Peyton devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing lenders and borrowers involved in FHA-insured multifamily real estate loan transactions; including financings under HUD's Section 232, 221(d)(4), and 223(f) programs, as well as HUD's 202 and 811 grant programs. 

In addition, Mr. Peyton’s practice involves establishing various business organizations, commercial real estate acquisitions, sales, financing, leasing, homeowners’ association administration, contract drafting and negotiation, advising clients on Davis-Bacon Act issues, and representing lending institutions in secured transactions. Mr. Peyton regularly counsels general contractors, subcontractors, owners, and suppliers on construction contracts and mechanic’s liens issues.

About Jon

Mr. Peyton is admitted to practice in the states of Tennessee (2006), Kentucky (2004), and New York (2004). He is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, as well as the Tennessee and Kentucky Bar Associations.

Education

Mr. Peyton graduated cum laude from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts with his Doctor of Jurisprudence in 2003. While at Suffolk University, he served as the Associate Executive Editor for the Suffolk University Law Review. Before law school, Mr. Peyton attended Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, where he received a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Business Administration (B.B.A. 1999 & M.B.A. 2000).

Contact Jon Today: jpeyton@kmfpc.com
865-546-7311 (Phone) | 865-524-1773 (Fax) 

Publications

Magazines and Journals

    "Good Standing?" - What's the Fuss? | DICTA: March 2011
    What Arbitration Clause?: The "Appropriate" Standard for Measuring Notice of Binding Arbitration To an Employee, 36 SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 745 (2003).
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