Commercial Law Services

Harrison Law Group represents a variety of business and corporate clients with legal issues relating to general commercial matters. These matters range, for example, from the drafting and negotiation of all types of business contracts, to pursuit of commercial related contract and tort claims, to assisting with the winding-down and dissolution of business entities.

Harrison Law Group works closely with our clients to understand the unique business environment in which they operate, to formulate realistic goals and expectations for the resolution of their disputes, and to identify effective and efficient legal strategies for achieving their specific goals. Working with our clients in this manner not only provides us with the knowledge needed to successfully represent their interests, but provides us with the specialized knowledge necessary to identify opportunities to leverage our clients’ positions to their advantage. Whether a business dispute is as simple as monetizing a stale account or as complex as pursuing a lender for breach of a fiduciary obligation, the attorneys at Harrison Law Group have the knowledge, experience, tenacity, and resources to achieve our clients' goals.

The attorneys at Harrison Law Group have experience in the following types of commercial matters:

Contracts

  • Negotiation
  • Drafting
  • Review

Debt collection

  • Negotiation and enforcement of guarantees and promissory notes
  • Confession of judgment
  • Payment plans and debt workout

Bankruptcy

  • Creditor committee representation
  • Bankruptcy trustee counsel
  • Adversary proceedings (prosecution and defense)
  • Preference actions
  • Fraudulent conveyance actions
  • Objections to dischargeability
  • Proofs of claim

Lender liability

  • Negligent funding
  • Receivership liability

Fraud

Deceptive trade practices

Abuses of trust

  • Breach of fiduciary duties
  • Breach of trust
  • Employer/Employee disputes
  • Overtime disputes
  • Wage disputes
  • Unemployment disputes

Tortious interference with contractual relations

Business dissolution