Ohio Uniform Commercial Code Attorney
Cleveland UCC Litigation
Every day, every week, businesses engage in millions of transactions involving the sale of goods. Most of these transactions are performed without legal counsel and often without contractual documentation. Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs many of these routine transactions, a measure intended to foster commerce through common sense legal principles.
UCC attorneys at Garson Johnson LLC, our Cleveland, Ohio, firm, provide flexible and creative representation, typically under a contingent fee arrangement, to individuals and companies with claims under the Uniform Commercial Code. If you would like to speak with one of our business litigation lawyers concerning UCC litigation, please contact our Cleveland, Ohio, offices to arrange a free consultation.
UCC Article 2: Sale of goods
Uniform Commercial Code disputes arise out of commercial sales that require litigation due to one party’s non-compliance with the terms of the contract. Disputes may involve receipt of goods, quality of goods, records of sale, remedial promises of sellers to repair or replace goods, conformance of goods to contract specifications, or any lack of good faith performance under the terms of the purchase contract.
Business losses due to breach of contract under the UCC
Under the Uniform Commercial Code, losses may be a primary or secondary result of the breach of contract. Goods delivered may not be suitable for resale, or manufacturing equipment purchased to increase a business’s production may be defective, leading to a claim for interruption of production, lost production, and lost sales. If, after evaluating your claim, our lawyers determine that you have a meritorious claim, we will aggressively represent your interests.
Our Cleveland, Ohio, lawyers handle arbitration and litigation, representing clients in state and federal courts throughout Ohio, in addition to select cases nationwide. Please call 216-696-9330 , or e-mail our office with any questions or to arrange a free consultation.
Has your client suffered a serious loss due to breach of a contract governed by the Uniform Commercial Code? We may be able to help. Garson Johnson LLC welcomes referrals from attorneys and accountants.
*Typically our Cleveland law firm charges no attorneys’ fees for business litigation services unless our clients benefit from those services through a successful settlement or verdict. However clients are responsible for expenses related to litigation.