Legal Advice for Commercial — 110 results
Written by attorney Patricia Fulton, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
State law, if you are a commercial-vehicle
driver who was arrested for DUI or being in physical control of a vehicle while
under the influence, you can have your... more
Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are engaged in a dispute with a customer, partner, or supplier of your business, this guide explains the steps you can take to resolve it. It explains your potential options, from... more
Written by attorney Chad Koplien, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Notice of Intent to File Lien In a purely commercial, non-residential private large project (as defined by Sec. 779), generally a subcontractor should prepare and serve a "notice of... more
Written by attorney Tariq Zafar, over 1 year ago.
If you own a business, or plan on owning one in the future, it is quite likely that you will sign a commercial lease. Clauses in commercial leases demand a closer look than clauses in... more
Written by attorney Matthew Harrison, 3 days ago.
Here is some useful information to keep in mind when considering a commercial lease. How Commercial Tenants Can Protect Themselves When it comes to renting space for your business, location... more
Written by attorney Robert W Ratish, 3 months ago.
Getting served with a complaint and summons in New York is a serious matter, but with good planning and a strategy geared toward the long term goals of your business, it is possible to... more
Written by attorney James Huber, about 2 years ago.
This guide provides businesses with a brief overview of how to collect agaisnt commercial debtors.
Written by attorney Sarah Rose Wolk, about 2 years ago.
Most businesses rent commercial space from a landlord, and with that endeavor generally comes a lengthy and confusing lease. Although it is recommended that an attorney review, and likely... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 2 years ago.
Wrecks involving commercial trucks like Swift, FedEx, UPS and other large delivery vehicles can be devastating. These commercial trucks are physically large, so they cause more damage than... more
Written by attorney Douglas Wright, almost 3 years ago.
Your commercial tenant is in default - now what? A commercial eviction is a complicated process; however, the case is much easier if properly planned from start.
Find Commercial Real Estate Lawyers