What is commercial litigation?

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What is commercial litigation?

   Legal   May 4, 2015  Comments Off on What is commercial litigation?

Van Etten Suzumoto & Sipprelle LLP is a law firm that is well versed in commercial litigation in California. Commercial litigation, otherwise known as commercial law, is when a person takes legal action that is in regards of a business transaction. Examples of what commercial law covers would be bankruptcy, banking, and trade. The Uniform Commercial Code is the main jurisdiction for commercial transactions and is what Van Etten Suzumoto & Sipprelle LLP studies in order to put together their commercial litigation cases. This code is followed in all 50 states and was established in 1952 after ten years of development. It is also the longest of all the uniform acts. The UCC is broken down into different sections called articles that cover the common problems that happen in business transactions. Some of the articles include sales, general provisions, and warehouse receipt.

Van Etten Suzumoto & Sipprelle LLP can help you with any of your commercial litigation needs. They work to get their clients the outcome they want.

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