Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C.
Washington Building, Barnabas Business Center, 4650 North Port Washington Road
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Ryan M. Billings
The proven Milwaukee commercial lawyers at Kohner, Mann and Kailas, S.C. are experienced in the effective resolution of commercial lawsuits as related to corporations or small business ventures in Wisconsin. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Milwaukee commercial lawyer.
The Milwaukee commercial attorneys have experience representing clients in commercial law matters involving:
Wisconsin commercial law, also known as business law, is the legal body that governs the operations of business and commercial activities. Commercial law in Milwaukee is often viewed as a branch of civil law and handles matters of both private law and public law. Wisconsin commercial law regulates corporate and commercial contracts, hiring and certain employment activities, and the manufacturing and sales of goods. Several regulatory bodies and agencies control the operations and conduct of commercial entities, as well as legal matters associated with safety, privacy, and food and drugs.
The Uniform Commercial Code, which has been adopted in some form in nearly every state, governs numerous areas of commercial law. A commercial use is one which is undertaken for a business purpose, rather than hobby, recreational, educational, or other purposes. Such uses are usually attributed to a for-profit entity, rather than an individual, university or other educational institutions, or non-profit organizations (such as public libraries, charities, and other organizations created for the promotion of social welfare).
The Milwaukee commercial attorneys at Kohner, Mann and Kailas, S.C. are distinguished by a history of successful commercial law claim recoveries and resolutions. For experienced representation in a commercial dispute or disagreement case, contact the Milwaukee commercial lawyers at Kohner, Mann and Kailas, S.C. in Wisconsin.