Austin, TX Business Lawyer
Uniform Commercial Code
Business law includes a wide range of practice areas because, by nature, businesses operate in an equally large number of practice areas. When businesses must considercontracts,
franchises and more the need for a standard method of business practice becomes necessary. The Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, is one of the uniform acts created to harmoniously regulate the law of commercial transactions and sales within the U.S.
The code is a product of private organizations which means it is not a law, but its recommendations have been adopted by many states and included in its code of statutes. A state may choose to include the code as it is or amend it with minor changes specific to the state. No matter what local law opts to do, it is important for businesses practicing commercial sales to be familiar with the code's suggested manner of conduct. An Austin business attorney may be able to educate you more specifically on local business laws connected to Uniform Commercial Code.
Austin Business and Uniform Commercial Code Attorney
When business disputes arise it is important to act prudently. This is true whether the conflict is a result of UCC or not. Business transactions,
buy/sell agreements and the like may all require mediation or arbitration. If this is the case, a
business lawyer in Austin may be able to provide you with the negotiation or litigation skills necessary to resolve the issue. Business operations are always important, none more so than those involving lawsuits or legal disputes.
Small Texas businesses and international corporations alike have enlisted the services of D. Scott Heselmeyer, PC. He and his office are skilled professionals that will help business clients make appropriate decisions and avoid any unnecessary claims or lawsuits. All client issues are handled seriously and respectfully, imitating the manner of any professional business transaction. Your needs are important and will be aggressively defended to provide you with the most optimal outcome.
To begin working on your business issue, contact an Austin business attorney today.