When a dispute arises between two businesses it is often assumed that there must be a contract between the parties that will resolve the dispute. That is very often not the case. Even when there is a contract, it may not fully resolve the dispute. Our attorneys regularly deal with the body of law that fills the void either when there is no contract or when simply looking to the contract is not enough. For example, we have represented several clients either pursuing or defending claims that a competitor has tortiously interfered with another's business.

Similarly, we are intimately familiar with statutes and common law that define what constitutes unfair competition in the marketplace.