If your company has suffered as a result of tortious interference on the part of another party, you may be entitled to take legal action in order to recover financial compensation for the damage sustained. At Orner Law, LLC , our experienced business tort litigation attorneys assist businesses throughout South Florida with matters involving tortious interference with contract rights.
Schedule a consultation with a business litigation attorney at our firm, and you can find out more about your legal rights and your options in regard to this situation. With our extensive experience in business law matters, as well as our thorough dedication to our clients’ cases, we at Orner Law, LLC can offer you the competent counsel your company deserves.
About Tortious Interference
When one party interferes with another’s contract rights, this may be considered tortious interference. Tortious interference with contract rights may occur when a party (the defendant) intentionally interferes with a third party’s ability to perform under a contract that he or she has with the plaintiff, therefore preventing the plaintiff from receiving the service or goods promised. Another example of tortious interference with contract rights may involve a party (the defendant) that convinces a third party to breach a contract that the third party holds with the plaintiff.
Tortious interference may involve contracts or may be related to business, or both. Tortious interference with business relationships may include any of a number of acts carried out for the purpose of preventing another party (the plaintiff) from successfully establishing business relationships, or maintaining these. In cases of this kind, one party (the defendant) would have performed some act or otherwise convinced a third party to avoid doing business with the plaintiff, when the establishment of that business relationship would have otherwise occurred.
With offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Orner Law, LLC serves clients throughout South Florida.
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