Commercial Litigation in Plymouth, MI

When problems arise with either large or small-sized businesses, commercial litigation comes into the picture to resolve these business disputes. It’s no surprise that the field of business is rather intricate, especially here in Michigan. Whether you are a business owner, a vendor, or work for a corporation, there is so much that goes into business law. 

The lawyers at Kecskes, Gadd & Parker, PC understand how commercial matters can affect your business’ operation and success. We dedicate ourselves to your concerns to protect your position as a business professional and your business. No matter what your commercial dispute involves, our lawyers can represent you in the courts and in proceedings. 

Our Commercial Litigation Services 

Our experience in commercial and business law stretches across several services, including:

  • Private arbitration
  • Administrative proceedings 
  • Appellate representation
  • Mediation
  • Alternative dispute resolution services 

With our lawyers, our services, our breadth of knowledge, and our versatility to represent you in myriad matters, we will help you get through your case, from beginning to end. We have handled a vast number of cases for both small-sized businesses and corporations. These services combined with quality representation will help you reach a resolution.

Why Choose Us 

When it comes down to facing and overcoming legal disputes within your business or company, the well-being and security of your business should come first. At Kecskes, Gadd & Parker, we prioritize your business and ensure that it receives the representation it deserves. We provide the necessary tactics that can help your business regarding complex legal situations. Each and every lawyer at our firm focuses on providing catered legal counsel that can help you reach the solutions you’ve been looking for. 

Michigan Law & Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is only a broad term for many other important areas of business law. Some important areas of Michigan’s business law include negotiable instruments, debtor and creditor laws, sales, and secured transactions. Michigan’s Special Tools Lien Act allows toolmakers and mold makers to receive their products back should their clients fail to pay for the tools and molds as originally agreed upon. This act provides an example of how contracts should be honored between the consumer and the company, specifically in the state of Michigan. Should you have any other questions regarding how business laws work in Michigan, you can contact us to learn more. 

Common Issues that Require Commercial Litigation

There are several instances in which the need for business law and representation from a business lawyer will arise. Some issues include:

  • Fraud, misrepresentation, false claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Business torts
  • Business liability defense
  • Lien priority disputes
  • Shareholder oppression
  • Commercial debt collection

Most litigation cases that arise include business and contract disputes. We can review your contracts and terms of business should there be any problems regarding dishonoring a contract. If your business partners fail to provide the tail end of their contract, we can help. 

Commercial Litigation FAQs 

What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?

Mediation involves a third party (the mediator) to facilitate discussion to reach an agreeable resolution. In arbitration, the two parties present their sides and the arbitrator will decide whose side wins or loses. 

What is a non-compete clause?

This is a way for a company or business to protect whatever assets are transferred during one’s employment. Most of these clauses limit what an employee can do once they leave a business. 

Can my business dispute be settled outside of court?

Many business disputes can be settled outside of court, but each case is different, which can influence the nature of how it’s handled. 

What is the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)?

This code governs commercial transactions done in the United States. This law applies to many areas within business transactions including letters of credit, bulk transfers, leases, sales, and secured transactions. 

Set Up Your Free Consultation, Today

If you have found yourself in a complex commercial business case, it is important that you consult with a lawyer immediately to solve these matters. You can contact the lawyers at Kecskes, Gadd & Parker, PC today to receive the necessary legal advice and to discuss the best plan of action for your business.