Professional Background

Tracy Lujan protects the interests of her clients. Whether a business is faced with the need for bankruptcy or other debt workout, has a contract enforcement issue, or is experiencing an employment-related issue, Tracy is extremely effective at solving complicated business disputes and simultaneously educating and informing her client of the process and timeline.

A large part of Tracy’s practice includes protecting businesses from employment-related litigation. She works with her clients to ensure their business practices are in compliance with state and federal employment laws and advises them on any necessary changes. She drafts and enforces employment, separation, confidentiality, severance and non-compete agreements. She also advises on tricky termination or discipline issues. When disputes do arise, Tracy advocates on behalf of her client concerning discrimination and retaliation, wage and unemployment, non-compete and similar types of claims.

Tracy guides her clients through the intricacies of the bankruptcy process. Starting before a case is ever filed with the bankruptcy court, she works with corporate debtors to organize their business affairs in preparation for filing. This means she advises everyone from senior management to accounting to human resources on processes and required documentation concerning assets and liabilities, income and expenditures, contracts, downsizing plans and bankruptcy reporting. Once the bankruptcy reorganization plan is confirmed, she continues to advise her clients on the implementation of the provisions of the plan. When the client is a creditor or creditor committee, Tracy advises and advocates on their behalf to ensure their rights are protected.

Tracy also assists clients on general litigation matters. As a litigator, she is adept at learning about her clients’ businesses and the facts of their particular dispute. From nursing home construction disputes to Medicare bad debt reimbursement to contract enforcement and collections, she applies her litigation skills to her in-depth knowledge of her client and their issues to reach a favorable result.

Personal Background

Tracy is a rare Nashville native, and a proud graduate of Hume Fogg Academic High School. She has been an attorney since 2001. Tracy received her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Tennessee, and before that, received her Bachelor’s degree from Calvin College. Tracy began her practice in Denver at Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti, PC, before returning home in late 2002 to practice at h3gm. Tracy joined Klein Bussell, PLLC in November 2016.

In her non-lawyer life, Tracy enjoys music, art (appreciation only), gardening and hosting small dinner parties for close friends and family. Tracy can often be found walking the sidewalks and park paths in East Nashville with her energetic and playful (i.e., mischievous and demanding) Airedale terrier.

Tracy M. Lujan
Of Counsel

direct (615) 549-6631


  • U.S. District Court, Middle, Eastern, and Western Districts of Tennessee
  • U.S. District Court, Colorado
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
  • Tennessee State Courts
  • Colorado State Courts


  • University of Tennessee College of Law
    J.D., 2001, Magna Cum Laude
    Order of the Coif
    Transactions: Tennessee Journal of Business Law
  • Calvin College
    B.A., 1993

Honors and Memberships

  • Director, Mid-South Commercial Litigation Institute
  • Member, Human Resources Advisory Committee for the Board of Directors of Fifty Forward
  • Member, Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM)