Commercial Law & Contract Negotiation

Mathis, Martin & Kidnay offers representation in commercial law and contract negotiation throughout Western Colorado. Commercial law, also known as business law or corporate law, is the field of law that applies to individuals and organizations engaged in commerce. Contract negotiation involves reaching an agreement about a contract matter, changing the terms of a contract, voiding a contract and reaching a settlement in the event that a contract is not completed.

“Experienced Attorneys Aggressive Representation.”

You could use the services of a commercial law attorney if you are facing or thinking of initiating a civil case involving sales, contracts, corporate restructuring, financing, security interests or collections. Mathis, Martin & Kidnay also handles:

  • Complex commercial transactions
  • Promissory notes
  • Security agreements
  • UCC filings
  • Repossession
  • Foreclosures
  • Leases
  • Licenses, including software licenses
  • Contractor and subcontractor agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Corporate and partnership agreements

Our Personal Approach

A commercial law attorney can help you determine the best course of action in the case of a business dispute, whether that means arbitration, mediation, settlement or a civil trial. You can also consult a commercial law attorney when you are considering representing yourself to find out how to complete paperwork and determine the amount of time that the case will involve. A commercial law attorney is able to assist you if you are considering partnering with a contractor, another company or a nonprofit organization for an endeavor. This can help you understand the extent of your financial and legal liability.

 

Mathis, Martin & Kidnay’s commercial law attorneys are a good resource if you are facing a setback that could impair your ability to fulfill your contract obligations. We can work with opposing counsel to minimize your damages. You should also talk to our commercial law attorneys if you are concerned that you may not be able to open or close a facility on schedule. We can work with your lender and landlord to assist you in negotiating the terms of lease or purchase contract, including the closing, entry or departure date.

Since our firm is based in Western Colorado, we are well-informed about many of the key businesses in this part of the state, where the economy is based on military operations, the aerospace and electronics industries, and tourism. Our commercial law attorneys are skilled at matters involving technology and service jobs. We know how to negotiate with local labor unions. We are also well-versed in employment eligibility procedures, youth law, wage and hour laws, and workplace conditions laws.

 

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