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Tortious Interference With Business Relationships

When someone breaches a contract or otherwise interferes with an existing business relationship, it can be severely damaging to your bottom line.  Notably, tortious interference with a business relationship is illegal.  To prove tortious interference, the plaintiff must show:

▪         the existence of a specific business relationship;

▪         knowledge of the relationship on the part of the defendant;

▪         an intentional and unjustified interference with that relationship by the defendant; and

▪         damage to the plaintiff as a result.

If someone has interfered with your business relationship causing you damages, you may have a claim for money damages.  Conversely, if you are being sued for this tort, you may be subject to liability for their damages.  Under either scenario, you need an experienced business litigation attorney that is familiar with tortious interference claims.  Call the Davis Law Firm today. 

 


The Davis Law Firm is located in Jacksonville, Florida and serves clients throughout the states of Florida and Georgia, including Jacksonville, Miami, Pensacola, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, St. Augustine, Fort Myers, Daytona Beach, Panama City, Destin, Melbourne, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Tallahassee, the Florida Keys, and everywhere in between.



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