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
The Devil’s (Still) in the Details: Deadlines and Liquidated Damages Clauses
A recent case out of Illinois illustrates the danger of failing to keep track of deadlines, and expounds on the purpose of liquidated damages. The facts of the case are rather straightforward, but the results surely must have stung for one of the parties. A contract...
Resources for Navigating the Impact of the Coronavirus
These are trying times for employees and employers alike in just about every industry imaginable. Disrupted work, adjusting to work from home (for the lucky ones!), uncertainty about how long stay-at-home and social distancing orders will last, outright business...
When Stock Certificates Disappear
When operating a corporation, it is important to observe corporate formalities. This will ensure that the corporation protects the individual shareholders from the corporation’s liabilities but it can also protect shareholders from costly mistakes. In the recent case...
Heads Up, I Win; Tails Up, You Lose. Did Both Parties Really Agree to Arbitration?
It's a simple concept on its face: To be binding, an arbitration agreement must contain mutual promises by both parties to arbitrate their claims. But if one party to an employment contract excepts one or more types of claims from arbitration, is there mutuality,...