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What to do About Wrongful Interference With A Business Relationship

What is Wrongful Interference?

Wrongful Interference is when someone intentionally tries to harm the business of someone else. Wrongful interference can come in the form of an undeserved negative review published online or meddling with a contractual agreement they have with a third party. While fair competition is legal, malicious interference is not.

Other Examples of Wrongful Interference

An effort to coerce employees to leave their present employment and take work with another is specifically unlawful when the purpose of such enticement is to cripple or destroy their former employer, as opposed to obtaining the employees’ skills and services for one’s own business enterprise.
It’s also wrongful interference when the inducement is made through the use of untruthful means, or for the purpose of having employees disclose the former employer’s trade secrets.

What Do You Do?

If any of the above situations have occurred, then the defendant may be liable for wrongful interference. The remedies for a plaintiff in a wrongful interference action include both monetary damages and equitable remedies, including, among others:

  • money damages for lost profits
  • punitive damages
  • specific performance of a contract
  • The assessment of money damages is calculable by a number of factors including fair market values or prices listed in the contract itself. We can help you make those calculations.

Contact Us Today

While the damages related to wrongful interference can be difficult to calculate, our trusted staff of experienced attorneys can help you navigate through the complexities of financial damages. We can help you walk back through every step of the injustice maliciously performed against your business.

We do not charge an attorney fee for personally consulting with you about your case. If retained, we will seek compensation for your losses. Do not accept a settlement offer, or represent yourself, without consulting an attorney who can fully and accurately evaluate your damages and losses.

For more information or to speak directly with one of our attorneys, please call (352) 292-1620 or contact us by email to discuss your case with a wrongful interference lawyer. We offer to you a trusted reputation and solid record of results.

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