Business Tort Litigation
The law protects businesses that suffer past and prospective/future losses as a result of another person or business’s misconduct. These claims include intentional interference with a business’s customers or other relationships, intentional interference with a contract, and intentional interference with a business’ expectations.
Not only does the law protect lost profits arising from this misconduct, including prospective or future lost profit, but the law also protects intangible losses like damage to reputation and relationships.
These cases can be extremely expensive to litigate on an hourly basis, especially against well-funded companies with seemingly endless resources. Our business contingency fee model allows businesses, regardless of their size or balance sheet, to litigate and recover against their wealthy adversaries.