You May have a Legal Remedy to Stop Competitors From Harming or Interfering With Your Business and Contractual Relationships
Peer businesses that do not compete with you fairly must be held responsible if they engage in tortious interference. This can take the form of stealing customers and purposely slandering or disparaging your business. We hold the responsible party accountable when their actions cost you money and reduce your client base.
At Feldman Morgado, P.A., we will stop your competitors from using improper, tortious tactics to steal or drive clients away from your business.
We serve as your diligent and dedicated legal team when a competitor is committing tortious interference and hindering the growth of your business. Contact us at 813-902-3186.
Civil Litigators Ready for the Courtroom
At Feldman Morgado, P.A., we pride ourselves on our broad base of civil litigation skills and in providing complete legal services to businesses. Many business law attorneys or company general counsel focus on just transactional representation, and have the general skills to write letters, file a lawsuit or negotiate a settlement. When it comes to fighting for resolution of a legal dispute that is the most favorable for you, our lawyers recognize the courtroom as not a place to avoid, but in many cases, the best or only means to that end. When retaining Feldman Morgado, P.A. on any business or contract dispute, you will feel confident that you have in place skilled experienced trial lawyers on your legal team. We use every means available under the law to protect your interests and enforce your rights.
All tortious interference cases presented to the firm are prepared by our attorneys as if trial will be inevitable. Most cases end up in a courtroom as negotiations with competitors to cease from taking or interfering with customers or clients will not suffice. Too much is at stake to limit your actions to just futile efforts of phone calls or letters. When it comes to the survival and financial well-being of your business, finding and retaining experienced tortuous interference litigation attorneys may be the best approach. You need a law firm on your side that is experienced in trying cases and one that will take expeditious, aggressive representation of your interests using the court system.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding contractual relationship interference, please contact one of our offices in Tampa, Ocala/Gainesville, Miami, Naples, Jacksonville, or Fort Lauderdale, Florida.