Business-to-business fraud (also referred to as B2B Fraud) is a growing area of practice. There are several circumstances in which business fraud occurs. Depending on the facts, you may have a choice of remedies: either unwinding a transaction or getting money damages. Fraud depends on proof that someone made a false representation of fact intentionally or with reckless disregard of its truth. Consequently, the other party justifiably relied upon it – causing harm. Often business fraud cases also involve breach of contract, shareholder dispute or other business tort cases. Other business tort cases may include tortious interference with contractual relations, business expectations, and unfair competition claims.
We have experience with:
- Business-to-Business Fraud
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Tortious Interference with Contracts
- Tortious Interference Business Expectancies
- Theft of Intellectual Property
- Confronting the Government
- A Different and Better Argument
- Insider Trading
- Dirty Window Shops
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