Business Law and Corporate Litigation
Harris, Creech, Ward & Blackerby's expertise in commercial litigation matters has naturally extended itself into proactively representing clients in matters that arise in the operation of a client's business. Harris Creech takes lessons learned in past litigation to preempt future potential problems for its business clientele.
Today, Harris Creech assists clientele in the formation, operation and liquidation of proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies; the acquisition and sale of ongoing businesses and business interests, as well as short term and long term business planning.
The law firm is also involved in the drafting and negotiation of business documents of all types, such as:
- employment agreements
- stockholder buy-sell agreements
- sales and marketing agreements
- asset and stock purchase agreements
- commercial leases
- partnership agreements.
The firm’s clients routinely consult with Harris, Creech, Ward & Blackerby on matters relating to the day-to-day operation of their businesses, including employment law matters and general compliance with applicable state, federal and local law and regulation.
When litigation is necessary, Harris Creech attorneys stand ready to represent clients in both routine and complex business litigation. Harris Creech clientele have no need to educate new counsel when facing disputes involving:
- accounting issues
- shareholder disputes
- corporate dissolutions
- partnership disputes
- enforcement of non-competition agreements
- breach of warranty
- breach of contract
- unfair trade practices.
Several financial institutions have found Harris, Creech, Ward & Blackerby to be particularly adept in addressing their needs. Harris Creech represents banks, savings and loans, credit unions and other lending institutions in loan transactions, as well as the collection and sale of loans, general litigation, foreclosure proceedings, and representation as creditors in bankruptcy proceeding filed under Chapter 7, 11 or 13.