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New Jersey Business Tort Attorneys

What is a Business Tort?

Wrongful conduct that harms your business is called a business tort. Business torts arise in various commercial contexts and may involve any wrongdoing that damages another’s business, including its finances or reputation. In certain instances, even businesses that have never had direct contact can be liable for a business tort.

At M. Ross & Associates, LLC, we routinely prosecute and defend against business torts claims in various industries and in companies of all sizes. Our New Jersey business tort attorneys are eager to deliver the thorough representation you need to prevail your matter.

Reach out to us at (201) 897-4942 to request an appointment with our firm.

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Initiating a Business Tort

If you believe that another business’s actions have damaged your own business, you may have the right to assert a business tort as a plaintiff. Business torts can also be asserted by the defendant as a counterclaim or cross-claim.

Types of Business Tort

Examples of business torts include:

  • Fraud
  • Tortious interference with contract or business relationship
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Interference with a business opportunity/unfair competition
  • Deceptive trade practices
  • Misappropriation of trade secrets
  • IP infringement
  • Civil conspiracy
  • Raiding of personnel

Our business tort attorneys in New Jersey offer aggressive representation to ensure that your business is protected from further harm and to hold the wrongful parties accountable for their actions. We also defend clients against business tort claims.

We encourage you to contact us online or call (201) 897-4942 to get started on your case.

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