Even as you may strive to keep your Ohio company out of litigation, sometimes legal action is necessary to protect your business interests in matters involving creditor’s rights, insolvency, commercial paper, and leasing arrangements. Our commercial law practice group at Niekamp, Weisensell, Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP has extensive experience in assisting organizations with dispute resolution, but we are equally prepared to take matters to court.
For more information on the benefits of retaining a Cleveland Heights commercial lawyer for advice and counsel, please contact our office to set up an appointment. You may also find it useful to review our legal services in a wide range of commercial law matters.
Multiple state and federal laws cover business transactions, and our lawyers have meticulous knowledge in the Ohio Commercial Code, bankruptcy statutes, and many others. Plus, we have experience appearing before both federal and state courts, depending on which forum is appropriate for your dispute. Our commercial law attorneys can represent your organization in connection with:
Bankruptcy and Insolvency-Related Disputes: We can assist with bankruptcy proceedings, whether you are on the creditor or debtor side. Our lawyers are highly skilled at addressing adversary proceedings, contested claims, successor liability, and other issues that arise out of these matters. We are also adept at investigating fraudulent transfers and other misconduct in the context of a bankruptcy case.
Banking and Finance: Our attorneys have specific experience handling troubled loans, including disputes that occur in connection with restructuring, and secured and unsecured loans.
Commercial Space and Equipment Leasing: Leasing is a wise option for organizations where the purchase of commercial space or equipment is impractical. We can assist with disagreements over delivery, acceptance, installation, maintenance, and repairs of equipment. Our lawyers will also take on legal challenges with improvements, subletting, base rent amounts, rent increases, and other issues regarding commercial space.
Sales of Goods: The “battle of the forms” is at the core of many disagreements with sales of goods, especially considering the strict requirements for written agreements and terms under the Ohio Commercial Code.
Commercial Paper: Promissory notes, letters of credit, bills of lading, warehouse receipts, debt instruments, and many other types of documents fall under the umbrella of commercial paper. Though matters may seem more straightforward when the arrangement is in writing, disputes often lead intense legal battles.
Our commercial law team is prepared to represent all types of business organizations in disputes, bankruptcies, and workouts. We take on matters for:
For more information on our commercial law services and representation in other legal areas, please contact Niekamp, Weisensell, Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP. You can set up an appointment with a Cleveland Heights commercial attorney by calling 330.434.1000 or checking us out online. We can tell you more about your legal options after reviewing your situation.
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