What Are Interference Torts?
When a company directly interferes with the business relationship held between two other entities, the affected parties may file an interference tort. However, in these situations, several things must be proven before a third-party can be found liable. Namely, the third-party group must act intentionally to break up the relationship. Also, the third-party business must be found to have something to gain from the disruption that they perpetrated. Lastly, a tort cannot be brought forward unless there are damages suffered.
As with many business law torts, working to reach a settlement or pushing for a court decision can prove difficult. If you either find your business as a plaintiff or defendant in one of these cases, contact the Orange County business lawyers of Daily Aljian today by calling 949-861-2524.