Burr & Forman attorneys are experienced in litigating numerous types of claims dealing with the provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Matters dealing with the UCC differ substantially from the common law of contracts and can be difficult to maneuver through. Our team guides clients through the entire litigation process.
Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with the provisions of the UCC, including the most well-known ones governing the sale of goods and implied warranties. The UCC also governs many commercial equipment leases and even dictates how financial institutions are to handle commercial paper. In the sale of goods context, some courts have interpreted UCC provisions as prohibiting forms of price discrimination (such as transfer pricing) generally left unregulated by antitrust laws.