All companies are built on relationships, and more specifically, contractual and other advantageous business relationships. As they say, no man is an island and no company can operate and succeed without developing numerous relationships and connections.
Unfortunately, there may be those who would seek to purposefully interfere with or do harm to these relationships, which could potentially spell ruin for your company. Often times, this may even be parties with whom your company formerly had an employment relationship and who are improperly using trade secrets or violating confidentiality through a current or prior employee or independent contractor of the company.
So what can a business owner do in the face of such malevolence? Tortious interference can occur in one of two categories with contractual relationships or with advantageous business relationships. If a third-party seeks to intentionally damage your contractual or advantageous business relationships, then you may be able to pursue litigation to recover both economic and punitive damages.
Tortious Interference cases require an attorney which is experienced in complex business legal matters and litigation and preferably an attorney who understands the nature of business and has a strong financial background. Here at the Campbell Law Group, we have experience in complex business litigation, as well as litigating cases with cross border implications and jurisdictional issues.
Our firm accepts cases from all over South Florida such as Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, South Miami, Pinecrest, Brickell, Edgewater, Doral and Wynwood, as well as cases in Broward and Palm Beach County, Tampa, Orlando and the rest of Florida. For more information regarding how our firm can help you, please contact us.