Business Law Lawyers in Huntsville
Huntsville Business Law Litigation Attorneys
The attorneys at Johnston, Moore & Weston represent local, regional, and national companies as well as individuals in federal as well as state courts in Alabama. We can help with everything from two-party transactions to transactions that include multiple parties and are more complex in nature. Whatever the matter at hand, we have the competence, experience, and tenacity to resolve and successfully litigate a wide variety of business disputes. These include:
- Breach of contract litigation and disputes
- Business sale litigation and disputes
- Business torts litigation
- Commercial buyer / seller litigation and disputes
- Commercial landlord / tenant litigation and disputes
- Construction litigation and disputes
- Debtor / creditor litigation and disputes
- Declaratory judgment actions
- Intellectual property litigation
- Manufacturer / distributor litigation and disputes
- Non-Disclosure / Non-Compete litigation and disputes
- Real estate litigation and disputes
- Litigation of unpaid sales commissions
We can also litigate personal jurisdictions issues that involve non-resident defendants.
Alabama Business Law Attorneys
The knowledgeable attorneys at Johnston, Moore & Weston reviews, prepares, and negotiates a wide array of business agreements and contracts.
These include the following:
- Lenders and borrowers
- Sellers and buyers of equipment and goods
- Sellers and buyers of businesses situated in Alabama
- Creditors and debtors
- Tenants and landlord disputes with regard to property situated in Alabama
- General contractors, owners, subcontractors, and suppliers
We also prepare documents as well as make recommendations that are designed to secure, protect, and enhance creditors’ ability and right to collect various commercial debts (this includes attorney’s fees).
Alabama Creditors’ Rights and Commercial Collections Attorney
In addition to the above, we are proud to offer assistance with almost any kind of claim between creditors and commercial debtors. This includes the following:
- Debts that arise from selling businesses in Alabama
- Debts that arise from selling equipment or goods to Alabama businesses
- Debts that arise from agreements and contracts, including construction contracts, commercial & Residential leases, personal guarantees, loan agreements, and promissory notes
- Misrepresentation and fraud that arises from submitting misleading or false financial information
- Setting aside transfers of property that are fraudulent.
- Claims of the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act
Note that it is important to act quickly when a commercial debt is past due. The longer the debt is past due, the weaker the creditor’s ability to collect becomes. Additionally, delaying action can also increase the overall cost of collection as well as attorney’s fees.
For more information about Alabama business law and how an experienced attorney can help, reach out to Johnston, Moore & Weston. We look forward to resolving your business law issue. dispute. Contact us to schedule your consultation.