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Trusted To Resolve Unfair Competition Litigation In Southern California

State and federal commercial law works to ensure that all companies are competing on a level playing field. Some companies may try to upset this balance to gain an upper hand, thereby creating increased costs for consumers, investors and other businesses.

Alternatively, a business falsely accused of engaging in unfair competition can suffer from negative press and reduced profitability, and may be obligated to pay damages if the case results in a negative outcome.

At Cadden & Fuller LLP, our trial lawyers understand the significant consequences that an unfair competition lawsuit poses to businesses in Southern California. For more than 25 years, businesses of all sizes have entrusted us with their legal concerns. We have developed a depth of understanding of all areas of business law, and our attorneys utilize this knowledge to better protect our clients in these and other important commercial litigation matters.

What Actions Are Considered Unfair Competition?

While federal antitrust laws may factor into an unfair competition case, most matters fall under the California Unfair Business Practices Act. This law governs what actions do and do not constitute an unfair business practice.

Our attorneys help clients with matters involving:

  • Copyright infringement
  • False advertising
  • Fraud
  • Libel
  • Slander
  • Tortious interference
  • Trademark infringement
  • Violation of non-compete agreements

No matter your situation, we will work to resolve your matter expeditiously, in negotiation or alternative dispute mediation if possible.

An Experienced Lawyer Can Help You

The team at Cadden & Fuller LLP is prepared to take on your case and offer the benefits of our skill and experience. You can arrange a meeting to discuss your situation by calling our Irvine office at 949-359-4485, or send us a message through our online contact form.