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James M. Powers, Esq.
James M. Powers, Esq.
jpowers@brodywilk.com

S. Giles  Payne
S. Giles Payne


Samuel R. Volet, Esq.
Samuel R. Volet, Esq.
svolet@brodywilk.com

William J. Britt, Esq.
William J. Britt, Esq.
wbritt@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
Seth L. Cooper, Esq.
Seth L. Cooper, Esq.
slcooper@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
Daniel B.  Fitzgerald, Esq.
Daniel B. Fitzgerald, Esq.
dfitzgerald@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
Mark W. Klein, Esq.
Mark W. Klein, Esq.
mklein@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
Barbara S. Miller, Esq.
Barbara S. Miller, Esq.
bmiller@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
James E. Rice, Esq.
James E. Rice, Esq.
jrice@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289
Thomas J. Walsh, Jr., Esq.
Thomas J. Walsh, Jr., Esq.
twalsh@brodywilk.com
203.916.6289

Brody Wilkinson PC

2507 Post Road
Southport, CT 06890
United States

Consult with a Proven Fairfield County Business Lawyer

The proven Fairfield County business lawyers at the Brody Wilkinson PC law firm are experienced in the effective resolution of business lawsuits as related to corporations or small business ventures. Fairfield County business attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general business law, including but not limited to joint ventures, business fraud cases and small business claims in Connecticut.

Contact a Fairfield County Business Attorney with
Experience Litigating Many Types of Business Related Incidents:

  • Business Fraud
  • Business Taxation
  • Business Trusts
  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Closely Held Business
  • Emerging Business
  • Family Business
  • Joint Ventures
  • Minority Busines
  • Privatization
  • Small Business
  • Trade Association

Experienced Fairfield County Business Lawyer

Connecticut business law, also known as commercial law, is the legal area which governs the operations of business and commercial activities. Business law in Connecticut is often viewed as a branch of civil law and handles matters of both private law and public law. Fairfield County business lawyers enforce corporate and commercial contracts, hiring and certain employment activities, and the manufacturing and sales of goods. Several regulatory bodies and agencies control the operation and conduct of business, as well as legal matters associated with safety, privacy, and food and drugs.

Connecticut business law also deals with issues such as starting, selling, or buying a small business, managing a business, dealing with employees, and interpreting contracts. Whereas business law includes all aspects of business, including advertising and marketing, collections and bankruptcy, banking, contracts, negotiable instruments.

Fairfield County Business Attorney. Fairfield County Trial Lawyers and Business Attorneys in Fairfield County CT.

The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which has been adopted in part by every state in the United States, is the primary authority that governs commercial transactions. The UCC is divided into nine articles, covering a broad spectrum of issues that arise in commercial transactions. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which governs sales and business paper, has been adopted in some form by almost all states.

Trusted Fairfield County Business Lawyer

The Fairfield County business attorney at Brody Wilkinson PC are distinguished by a history of successful business claim recoveries. For experienced representation in a business dispute or disagreement case, contact a Fairfield County business lawyer with the Brody Wilkinson PC law firm in Connecticut.

Brody Wilkinson PC

2507 Post Road
Southport, CT 06890
United States

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Brody Wilkinson PC

2507 Post Road
Southport, CT 06890
United States

Law Firm Contact: Tom Walsh

Tel: 203.916.6289

Fax: 203.254.1772

Website: www.brodywilk.com

Member Since: 2004

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