Ohio business owners face challenges from multiple fronts, including contractual and financing issues that disrupt smooth operations. Our lawyers at Niekamp, Weisensell, Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP represent clients in connection with almost every type of dispute that may arise while operating a business, with a focus on troubled loans. Though our primary goal is to avoid the need for litigation, we are prepared to protect your interests in state and federal court.
Please contact our office to hear how a Cuyahoga Falls commercial attorney can assist with your matter, and read on for more information on our legal services.
In today’s economy, business deals, contracts, financing agreements, and related transactions involve increasingly complex legal and regulatory issues. Protecting your interests requires extensive knowledge of the Ohio Commercial Code, bankruptcy laws, federal and state court procedural rules, and other legal topics. Our commercial law practice includes dispute resolution and litigation in the areas of:
Bankruptcy and Workouts: Our attorneys advocate on behalf of both creditors and debtors in bankruptcy and insolvency-related lawsuit, including adversary proceedings and contested claims. We are adept at handling fraudulent transfers, discharge disputes, successor liability, and investigations that affect bankruptcy proceedings.
Banking and Finance: Our attorneys have comprehensive experience in a wide range of financial transactions, including commercial lending, secured and unsecured loans, and restructuring.
Commercial Leasing: Lessors and lessees for commercial space have fewer legal protections, and lease terms vary widely based upon the circumstances. Disputes may arise over improvements, subleases, use clauses, base rent, and rent increases.
Equipment Finance and Leasing: Many businesses see equipment leases as a smart option for financing, but pitfalls abound. Disagreements between the leasing company and lessees are common with respect to delivery, acceptance, installation, maintenance, and repairs.
Sales of Goods: Placing and filling purchase orders may seem relatively straightforward, but issues often arise over quality, quantity, delivery, inspection, price, and return. There are also complicated rules on when a sales agreement must be in writing and what the document must contain. The “battle of the forms” is at the root of many disputes in the area of sales of goods.
Commercial Paper: The Ohio Commercial Code also covers all transactions related to commercial paper, including letters of credit, bills of lading, warehouse receipts, and much more. The complexities of these documents within the supply chain can often lead to legal battles.
Our lawyers represent a wide range of commercial entities, from small businesses to large-scale bank organizations. Our clients include:
For more information on how our legal team can assist with your commercial law matter, please contact Niekamp, Weisensell, Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP. You can reach our office by calling 330.434.1000 or visiting us online. We can schedule a consultation with a Cuyahoga Falls commercial lawyer who will tell you more about your legal options.
How did we do?
Note: Your review may be shared publicly.