Uniform Commercial Code Guidance
At Dinn, Hochman & Potter, LLC, we represent clients in disputes regarding the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The UCC governs many business dealings, offering a standardized manner in which these matters must be conducted.
UCC Litigation Attorneys
This code provides a framework for most contracts, transactions and agreements, including sales, leases, negotiable instruments (commercial paper), bank deposits and collections, funds transfers, letters of credit, bulk sales (bulk transfers), documents of title, investment securities and secured transactions.
When a product or service is sold, both parties may have their own form for the same transaction. If the provisions of either form is inconsistent with the UCC, a dispute may arise. Negotiable instruments are often the source of dispute, such as check or promissory notes. We help to resolve these conflicts, applying the UCC standards to determine if the form is enforceable and what each party is responsible for.
Our lawyers also represent clients seeking to enforce agreements where a party obtained securities for the service, product or the provision of certain services or products.