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In business litigation law, “torts” refer to the economic harm inflicted — purposely or accidentally — to a company. Usually, business torts stem either from fraud or actions that illegally sabotage a competing business.

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In law, the term “torts” refers to harm inflicted. The harm could be inflicted deliberately or accidentally; it could be the result of malicious intent or pure negligence. Regardless, California law recognizes that harm done to...

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Not sure whether your business dispute has reached the point that you should file a lawsuit? Review this post to discover common — and legitimate — reasons to take legal action to protect your business.

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Trade secret infringement is a colossal problem for California business owners. Part of the reason for this issue is the fact that many business owners aren’t taking the proper precautions to...

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The appellate courts represent one battlefield in the litigation war. The appellate courts are capable of turning trial court defeat into victory, but also turning trial court victory into defeat.

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