Interference with Contract or Business Expectancy
The law in Arizona protects contractual relationships and expectancies for the development of future contractual relationships from improper interference by outsiders. For example, a person who attempts to undermine your business’s client relationships by making false or misleading representations about your business, or about how their own business compares to yours, may be liable for improper interference. These type of claims can be complex, however, and whether any particular action is improper and gives you the right to stop the interference or recover damages resulting from it can depend on factual details whose significance is only apparent to a trained, experienced attorney.
That is where the commercial litigation attorneys at Baskin Richards PLC can provide substantial value to you and your business. We have both the legal knowledge and experience needed to help answer whether your facts create a viable claim and to help assess what type of relief or damages you might be able to seek through the courts. For viable claims, our attorneys also offer the type of unique blend of real-world trial experience and judgment evolved through years of practice involving similar matter that is needed to quickly implement an effective trial strategy.
Of course, the business law attorneys at Baskin Richards’ experience also makes us adept at helping clients defend against meritless claims that they have wrongfully interfered with someone else’s contracts or expectancies.