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Generally torts are civil wrongs done to an individual, however tortious interference also protects business enterprises. Business owners can protect themselves from false statements of fact made about their business that would result in loss of profits or customers. They can also protect themselves from tortious interference with a perspective or existing contract. A lawyer can help the business owner seek damages by showing loss profits through these tortuous interferences.
Injurious falsehood - False statements calculated to cause damage to a business that are publicized resulting in damage.
Interference with prospective contract - Prospective contract between the plaintiff and a 3rd party that the defendant has knowledge of, and the defendant intentionally disrupts that relationship. Interference with an existing contract - Defendant has knowledge of an existing contract between the plaintiff and 3rd party and intentionally acts to induce a breach, which leads to an actual breach of contract between the plaintiff and the 3rd party resulting in damages to the plaintiff.
As a business owner you have worked hard to find and maintain customers so that your company can flourish. Competitors can attempt damage to your business by communicating false statements, competing with your suppliers or interfering with future business relationships, all which hurt the business you have worked hard to create. If you are involved in a tortious interference dispute, a Business Law Lawyer can help your business recover damages. Contact Attorney Search Network today for a free lawyer referral to a business law attorney in your local area.
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