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Business Torts

When the topic of business litigation or business disputes comes up, most business owners immediately think of breach of contract disputes – with customers, vendors, suppliers, employees, or business partners. But contract disputes are only one side of business litigation. Business disputes can arise that don’t rely on the existence of a contractual relationship whatsoever. Such disputes are broadly classified as business torts – civil wrongs for which the law provides a remedy.

Read on to learn more about business torts in California and how Kalfayan Law Firm can help. If you are involved on either side of a business dispute in San Diego or Southern California, call our office in Del Mar for a consultation with a skilled and experienced California business torts lawyer.

What Are Business Torts?

Business torts, also sometimes referred to as economic torts, encompass wrongful acts that cause economic harm to a business. This harm often comes in the form of financial loss or damage to the business’s market or business relationships. Examples of business torts include fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, trade libel, and interference with contract or prospective economic advantage. Business disputes can therefore arise between a business and many other parties, including competitors, customers, professionals, and even members of the general public.

The Significance of Business Torts

Being a victim of a business tort can have serious consequences, from financial losses to damage to a business’s reputation. If left unaddressed, these issues can escalate, potentially leading to the failure of the business. Damages in a business tort case can be much greater than in a contractual dispute, as they can encompass both economic and non-economic damages, and even punitive damages in some cases. Whether needing help seeking justice for harm done or defending against significant legal exposure, it’s important for businesses to understand their rights and take legal action when these torts occur.

Kalfayan Law Firm: Your San Diego Business Litigation Partner

The Kalfayan Law Firm in San Diego is seasoned in handling business torts in California. With a sterling reputation and years of experience, our law firm practices extensively in business litigation in Southern California, ensuring that your business is equipped to handle any legal challenges it may encounter.

Our dedicated team of professionals will guide you through the complexities of business tort law, helping you understand your rights and the best course of action. Whether it’s representing your business in court, negotiating settlements, or providing preventive advice to avoid future legal issues, Kalfayan Law Firm is committed to protecting your business.

Why Choose Kalfayan Law Firm?

A few key features make Kalfayan Law Firm an excellent choice for your business litigation needs:

  1. Expertise: With deep expertise in business torts, we are well-equipped to handle a wide variety of complex cases, ensuring you receive the best legal advice for your business.
  2. Results-Oriented: At Kalfayan Law Firm, we are committed to delivering results. Our strong track record in San Diego business litigation demonstrates our ability to effectively protect your business and its interests.
  3. Client-Centered Approach: Every business is unique, and we believe that each client deserves a personalized approach. We prioritize understanding your business and its needs to provide tailored legal solutions.

Contact Kalfayan Law Firm for Help With Business Tort Litigation in California and Nationwide

Business torts can have severe implications for your business, but with the Kalfayan Law Firm at your side, you can face these challenges with confidence. Protecting your business is our priority. Contact us today at 619-232-0331 to learn more about how we can help you navigate the world of business torts in San Diego and beyond.

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