At Phillips & Mille Co., L.P.A., our attorneys represent individuals and corporate clients who conduct business in a wide range of areas and are embroiled in a variety of commercial, contractual, and personal disputes. Our business and civil litigation lawyers are experienced advocates who will vigorously protect your rights and interests.
When you are involved in a business or commercial dispute that is headed for litigation, there is no better weapon in your arsenal than our litigation team. An adverse judgment in a civil case can have a devastating impact on your business, both on your reputation and your bottom line. You should not risk proceeding to trial without experienced and skilled civil litigation lawyers advocating your interests.
Whether you are anticipating a dispute, involved in a breach of contract claim, negotiating a contract, setting up a corporation, or headed for litigation, our experienced lawyers are here to protect your interests, advocate for you, and seek the most favorable resolution of your matter. Whether your dispute can be resolved through tough negotiation or we proceed to litigation, you will always have talented and experienced civil litigators protecting you.
If you, or your business, are engaged in a civil dispute, you need experienced and skilled representation. Whether you are the plaintiff or defendant in a lawsuit, our civil litigation lawyers will go to work immediately to investigate your dispute, obtain and preserve valuable evidence, and prepare to persuasively present your side to a jury.
Additional Resources - Business Litigation
- Commercial Law - Wex
Commercial law governs the broad areas of business, commerce, and consumer transactions. Specific law has developed in a number of commercial fields.
- Commercial Law - Wikipedia
Commercial law (sometimes known as business law) is the body of law which governs business and commerce. It is often considered to be a branch of civil law and deals both with issues of private law and public law. Commercial law regulates corporate contracts, hiring practices, and the manufacture and sales of consumer goods. Many countries have adopted civil codes which contain comprehensive statements of their commercial law. In the United States, commercial law is the province of both the United States Congress under its power to regulate interstate commerce and the states under their police power. Efforts have been made to create a unified body of commercial law in the US; the most successful of these attempts has resulted in the general adoption of the Uniform Commercial Code.
- Commercial Law and the Uniform Code
The topic of commercial law encompasses the rules for sale and distribution of goods and the procedures for payment in such transactions. Modern U.S. commercial law is derived from the 17th century principles of the law merchant. Those principles were initially incorporated into the common law before becoming codified into individual state statutes.
- U.S. States Commercial Statutes
Most of the State Statutes on Commercial Law.
- Uniform Commercial Code
On-line version of the U.C.C.
- US State of California Commercial Law - Lovettlawusa
It always amazes me that generally, clients only seek out attorneys after a business or personal deal has gone bad. Patients regularly see doctors for "check ups," yet resist seeing lawyers for preventive advice that could save thousands of dollars in litigation fees. Accordingly, I am taking this opportunity to give advice that most people only learn the hard way...after they have been through a bad experience in court.
- US State of California Lemon Law / Auto Fraud
Frequently Asked Questions on the California Lemon Law.