Tortious Interference with an Advantageous Relationship

This form of tortious interference is similar to tortious interference with a contractual relationship, but it is often less clear. When a third-party, still known as the tortfeasor, actively disrupts a potential or existing advantageous business relationship your company has with another party, this qualifies as tortious interference. This form of tortious interference can apply to a broad variety of actions, including but not limited to when a tortfeasor prevents you from establishing an advantageous business relationship, makes false claims against your business in order to drive away customers, or blocks you from achieving a prospective financial advantage or gain.