We know that your business is your premier concern, and, as such, we work with our clients to craft an efficient, cost-effective path to achieve your business goals, while always emphasizing a focus on your bottom line.
Our Commercial Law attorneys recognize that our job is to help you implement sound business decisions, whether in the transactional or litigation arena. We work hard to prevent legal issues from overwhelming your business objectives by applying practical, common sense judgment after taking the time to understand your goals. Our fee structure prevents our legal services from becoming cost prohibitive. If it’s not good business for you, it’s not good business for us.
Business-Savvy Commercial Litigation Representation
Our attorneys have expertise in all aspects of resolving business disputes with a focus on cost effective resolution of commercial disputes. Our areas of specialty include:
- FDCPA Compliant Assistance with Collection
- Breach of contract actions
- Uniform Commercial Code issues
- Non-compete violations
- Breach of fiduciary duty issues
- Interference with business relations
- False advertising
- Real estate-related claims
Commercial law spans all areas of legal and business relations, which means representation must be nimble, flexible, and diverse. The litigators at Drew Eckl & Farnham focus on the underlying business interests of our clients, in order to formulate and execute legal strategies which increase and prioritize our clients’ benefits.
General Corporate Representation
We represent small and mid-sized companies, both for profit and non-profit, in areas such as:
- Business entity formation
- Contract review and negotiation
- Financial transactions
- Corporate restructuring
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Succession planning
Whether you’re a business owner, an employer, a lender, or a party to a commercial transaction, it’s essential that your representation be versed in your specific needs. At Drew Eckl & Farnham, we can ensure that your business runs smoothly, no matter what issues may arise.