Commercial and contract law is relevant to the sale of goods and services, the sale of property, the exchange of money, employment contracts, and more.
These issues are governed by common law rules along with a separate body of law called the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The UCC pertains to most commercial business transactions. Lawyers look to the UCC when resolving disputes involving warranties, the sale of goods, negotiable instruments, bulk sales, investments, secured transactions, bank deposits, letters of credit, warehouse receipts, the lease of goods and bank deposits.
Breach of Contract
Business and Commercial Law
Contract Drafting and Review
Covenants Not to Compete
Employment Contract Law
Franchises and Franchising
The links above are provided only as general information concerning commercial law and contracts. This area of law is very complicated, packed full of complex legal terms, not to mention the fact that there are different rules for different types of contracts. Therefore, it is important to talk to an experienced business lawyer to evaluate your case and help you achieve the best result possible.
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