Commercial law encompasses a wide variety of legal topics, including commercial transactions, sales of goods and services, security agreements and security interests, pledges, letters of credit, financing and other related transactions, promissory notes, guaranties, franchise and distribution agreements, warranties, equipment leasing, equipment financing, and collections, to name just a few of the topics covered under the rubric “commercial law.”
With a broad range of experience in commercial law transactions for small businesses and medium-sized businesses, we have assisted a variety of companies in many industries and fields including mobile marketing, packaging manufacturing, packaging distribution, real estate development, the machinery and tool industry, professional corporations, and many more service, manufacturing and distribution companies.
Some of the commercial law services available include:
- Commercial Financing
- Equipment Leases
- Financing Agreements
- Franchise Agreements
- Letters of Credit
- Pledge Agreements
- Promissory Notes
- Sales Contracts
- Security Agreements
- UCC Financing Statements
- Vendor Agreements
Commercial Law Articles
Earlier this year, we were approached by a client who inquired whether they really needed to put a disclaimer on electronic communications, both facsimile transmissions and emails. Because of attorney-client and other privileges applicable to attorneys, as well as a...
Regardless of your company’s business classification, all companies are required to report employment compensation, tax withholding and other information on both quarterly and annual bases to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”). Sometimes through clerical error, and...
“Accord and Satisfaction” or “How a Notation on a Check Can (Sometimes Unwittingly) Resolve a Payment Dispute”
Imagine you are a supplier of goods or services and have a customer who remits a check for an invoice, which is less than the amount of the invoice, and included on the check is wording to the effect “this check is payment in full and in full and final satisfaction of...
Incorporating or electing to conduct business in another statutory business form, such as a limited liability company, can do much to protect your personal assets from being called upon to satisfy a company liability. However, the limitation of liability afforded by...