Commercial Attorney Oakland Law Firm Discusses Free Speech Issue
For the past decade, California businesses have struggled to figure out how to manage negative online reviews and commentary. Sometimes an outraged owner has even sought out a small business attorney to take their critics to court, claiming that their negative unjust reviews cost them business.
Advice from a Commercial Collections Attorney Oakland Law Firm
The collections process can be excruciating and sad, even for business owners who acknowledge the need to maintain operations and protect cash flow. To collect debts effectively and avoid the need for a commercial collections attorney, you need a positive, albeit realistic attitude, and you need to be able to communicate your needs and demands with urgency and firmness.
Business Location notes from a San Francisco & Oakland Commercial Attorney
If you’re starting up or expanding a small business, you may need to buy or rent storefront property or other commercial space. This can be exciting, but it can also necessitate the services of a commercial real estate attorney. Here are a few tips for choosing the right commercial space for your small San Francisco or Oakland, Bay Area business:
Foreclosing lenders in secured transactions who intend to make a claim under an insurance policy for pre-foreclosure damage should be wary of making a full credit bid at the foreclosure sale. Continue reading →
We had the privilege of representing an LLC and several of its members in a civil action filed by other LLC members who sought to dissolve the LLC and force the sale of over ten pieces of commercial and residential real property located in the Bay Area. In this heavily litigated matter involving numerous depositions and several motions and court hearings, we were able to reach a favorable settlement following mediation wherein we were able to preserve the existence of the LLC for our clients and preserve the majority of the real property for the LLC.
Our firm represented a large financial institution in a multi-million dollar commercial foreclosure action involving a senior assisted-living facility in Alameda County, which was occupied by over sixty (60) residents. We successfully obtained an ex parte order for appointment of a receiver to analyze the financial condition of the business, ascertain the welfare of the residents and investigate code violations which facilitated the continued operation of the facility and successful negotiation of a short sale of the property on favorable terms for our client.