In the world of business and commercial disputes, having an experienced litigator on your side could mean the difference between a successful negotiation or a long, drawn-out court battle.
Perry Charnoff PLLC is experienced in handling claims of tortious interference with contract, and tortious interference with economic expectancy. The law does not approve of a third-party swooping in without justification and causing a rift between two parties who enjoy a contractual relationship.
Experienced trial counsel can help evaluate whether the contract at issue was terminable at will, and if so whether improper methods were employed. Beyond violations of established professional standards, unethical conduct, and unfair competition, improper methods may include violence, threats or intimidation, bribery, unfounded litigation, fraud, misrepresentation or deceit, defamation, duress, undue influence, misuse of inside or confidential information, or breach of a fiduciary relationship. This cause of action also has specific defenses, including legitimate business competition, financial interest, responsibility for the welfare of another, directing business policy, and the giving of requested advice.