Interference With Contracts and Other Business Torts Fierce competition in the world of commerce has always been a common phenomenon around the globe, from ancient time to the modern days. Traders and businessmen often form their relationship through contractual agreements as a result, because a written paper at least can calm the signing party down from a highly expected circumstance of risk. However, despite having a contract in their hand, business owners still face very high chance of encountering troubles due to improper conducts from their competitors, who usually interfere their operation. Tortious interference occurs when someone wrongfully interferes with your business relationship. Business torts and inteference claims can arise out of virtually any industry or economic sector. The lawyers at Le & Tran fight to maintain the standing and reputation of your business through representation in cases such as: • Trade Secret Protection • Unfair Competition • Prima Facie Tort • Malicious Prosecution • Disparagement • Nuisance • Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation • Invasion of Privacy • Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations • Breach of Fiduciary Duty • Breach of contract or tortious interference • Breach of fiduciary duty • Defamation When a company engages in activities that intentionally or accidentally damage the operations or reputation of its competitor, it violates the spirit of commerce as well as the law. These practices have a negative impact on the damaged company as well as the marketplace at large. Protracted litigation and trial can place a huge burden on our clients. If the case is too serious and lead to litigation, businesses will want all the resources be secured during a litigating process so that they can fight till the end. Le & Tran’s commercial tort lawyers handle all cases on a contingent fee basis, which allows businesses to avoid up-front litigation costs and continue to operate while they seek to obtain compensation for the damages they suffered. We are skillful in negotiation, arbitration, and mediation, and will help the client pursue these forms of alternate dispute resolution when appropriate.