Unfair Competition

Our firm is one that carefully considers the cost-benefit of litigation

The damage done by competitors who utilize unfair business practices, such as misappropriation of your trade secrets, might not be worth the expense of a prolonged legal battle. However, if they are in a position to destroy everything you have built over years, you will require an experienced firm like ours to take the legal battle to the offender and win.

The problem with unfair competition has escalated in recent years – due in part to increased trade secret theft, employee mobility and myriad new methods for storing and stealing information. The law is clear on what defines unlawful and fraudulent business acts, and to a large extent what deceptive advertising and business practices can do to put competitors at a disadvantage. But “unfair” business acts and practices are often subject to uncertain interpretation, even though the term is used in legal statutes.

Abraham Mathew is a business law attorney with extensive experience as a litigator, and serves as an authoritative voice for his clients where the law may be unclear. As a boutique law firm, we take an active and aggressive approach to cease unfair and unlawful competition and achieve complete compensation for a loss of business revenue and the reputation damage that may occur from anti-competitive and anti-trust practices.

This begs certain questions: To what degree should litigation in such matters be pursued? Will the end result justify the costs? Abraham Mathew answers these questions early in the process, to make certain that your business ultimately emerges better, stronger – and more competitive.

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If competitors are unfairly competing with your business or if others have improperly obtained your confidential trade secrets, call us today at (310) 478-4349 or submit information online to schedule a free consultation to discuss how we can help you. You must act quickly to protect your rights and to stop others from continued use of your trade secrets.