Three types of allegations typically arise in business torts. In some cases, the charging party alleges that the offending party did not fulfill the terms of the contract. In other cases, it is alleged that the offending party unlawfully interfered with the business operations of the charging party. In still other cases, it is alleged that the offending party’s business conduct caused the business operations of the charging party to incur a financial loss.
In business cases, we calculate the economic value of the alleged business profits losses and/or evaluate the opposing party’s damage claims.