Irvine, CA Corporate Commercial Law Attorneys

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Irvine, CA Corporate Commercial Law Attorneys

Attorneys (4)

  • Vicki A. Nash
  • Founding Partner at North, Nash & Abendroth LLP
  • Irvine, CA U.S.A.
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  • Paul Stanley Nash
  • Member at The Law Offices of Paul S. Nash
  • Irvine, CA U.S.A.
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  • Debra Lynne Grimaila
  • Attorney at Law at The Law Offices of Debra Grimaila
  • Irvine, CA U.S.A.
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  • Gregory Ray Gullstrand
  • Member at Law Office of Gregory R. Gullstrand
  • Irvine, CA U.S.A.
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Corporate Commercial Law

Commercial law is area of the civil law that governs commerce and business transactions, including contracts, the sale of goods and other types of consumer transactions. Attorneys who practice commercial law often develop one or several areas of expertise, including banking law, bankruptcy law, debtor-creditor law and/or securities law. Law firms that focus on corporate commercial work can advise your company on corporate structure and governance issues; contract negotiation, preparation and review; hiring practices; the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC); secured transactions and financing, and debt collection law.