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Business and Contract Law & Litigation

Business & Contract Dispute Attorney

Alabama Business Law and Business Litigation

In its business law and business litigation practice, the Firm handles disputes in Alabama arising from miscellaneous types of business disputes, including the following:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of warranty
  • Business broker agreements and business sales
  • Business partnership and shareholder relationships
  • Business torts, e.g., interference with contract, theft of trade secrets, fraudulent misrepresentation and trade disparagement
  • Commercial leases
  • Construction and development agreements
  • Manufacturer/distributor relationships
  • Non-Compete/Non-Disclosure agreements
  • Real estate transactions
  • Unpaid sales commissions


Whether your dispute arises from a one-time business transaction or a complex, multi-party transaction involving long-term, ongoing business relationships, the Firm will exhaust all reasonable efforts to find a solution that will avoid the expense, delay and uncertainty of litigation. However, if an acceptable solution cannot be negotiated, then the Firm has the experience, competence, tenacity and track record to achieve a successful outcome for you or your business in state and federal courts throughout Alabama.

Alabama Commercial Collections and Creditors’ Rights Lawyer

In its commercial collections and creditors’ rights practice, the Firm represents commercial creditors in the recovery of debts and the enforcement of contract remedies in Alabama arising from miscellaneous creditor- debtor relationships, including the following:

  • Business agreements and transactions
  • Commercial lease defaults and evictions
  • Commercial transactions
  • Construction agreements
  • Fraud and misrepresentation arising from the submission of false or misleading financial information
  • Fraudulent transfers of property to third parties
  • Loan agreements and transactions
  • Personal guarantees
  • Promissory notes
  • Sale of goods, services and equipment
  • Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act

Act Promptly to Protect Your Interests

While considering what to do and when to do it, experience indicates that delay in acting may eliminate better and less costly legal options, result in the loss of valuable rights, complicate your dispute. and make it far more difficult, time-consuming and expensive to resolve. Therefore, please act promptly to preserve your rights and protect your interests by filling out and transmitting the “Contact Us” form. Alternatively, you may call the Firm for an initial telephone consultation.

The Greer Law Firm, P.C