[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]How your business deals with suing a customer or competitor or being sued can affect the viability of your small business.
The Law Offices of John J. Thyne III has represented small businesses in lawsuits since 1993 and understands that most business owners want to quickly resolve a dispute rather than drag it out in litigation. The Law Offices of John J. Thyne III. can help you solve your business problem!
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Federal Law protects California consumers from illegal, unfair, deceptive and abusive debt collection practices. Creditors, professional debt collectors, and attorneys who violate the law in California are subject to paying damages, statutory penalties, and the consumer’s attorneys fees and costs. If you live anywhere in California, and feel you may have been abused, deceived or treated unfairly by a debt collector you may need a lawyer.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of John J. Thyne III can negotiate with your lenders and have the specials skills and professional capabilities required for negotiating with lenders successfully.
The Law Offices of John J. Thyne III helps clients in the greater Santa Barbara, California area with foreclosure cases. We will conduct an in-depth study of all the documents and the specific narrative of the Client/Borrower to discover what is the best course of action to be taken in regards to a proper foreclosure strategy for the Client/Borrower including bankruptcy protection.
The goal of the attorneys at the Law Offices of John J. Thyne III is to educate our Clients and with our advice and counsel guide our Clients through the potentially treacherous waters of Foreclosure Litigation. We are committed to researching, formulating and finally executing the best strategy for our Clients. This is our commitment to all our Clients. Though it may sound intimidating, this is what we do, and it is our responsibility to protect your rights.
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Uniform Commercial Code
When it comes to business, the law of the land is the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Every state in the U.S. except Louisiana has adopted the UCC to govern business and commercial transactions. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a set of suggested laws relating to commercial transactions.
The UCC covers the following topics:
- Article 1. General Provisions
- Article 2. Sales
- Article 2A. Leases
- Article 3. Negotiable Instruments
- Article 4. Bank Deposit
- Article 4A. Funds Transfers
- Article 5. Letters of Credit
- Article 7. Warehouse Receipts, Bills of Lading and Other Documents of Title
- Article 8. Investment Securities
- Article 9. Secured Transactions
We Speak the Language of Business
To those unfamiliar with it, complying with the UCC can be extremely intimidating. Our lawyers deal with the sometimes arcane provisions of these laws every day. We know how to make them work for you.