A Customized Approach To Unfair Competition Cases
Long Beach Business Litigation Lawyer Representing Clients In Southern California
In today’s global economy, businesses face aggressive competition for their share in the marketplace. Protecting a company’s legal right to compete fairly is vital to ensure the continued success of its operations. So when another corporation engages in unfair competition tactics, it threatens other businesses, consumers and our country’s marketplace. Conversely, however, when a company has been wrongly accused of unfair competition, it can also threaten the livelihood of its operations.
Aggressive Legal Advocacy In Matters Of Unfair Competition
California has very specific unfair competition laws; however, the interpretation and application of these laws can be very complex. So when allegations of unfair competition arise, the corresponding issues tend to be highly complicated and not easily resolved without legal help.
Backed by more than 40 years of legal experience, Long Beach trial lawyer LaTorraca represents plaintiffs and defendants in these important legal matters. He is highly knowledgeable in all relevant state and federal business laws, and remains current on new legislation that may affect his clients.
As a seasoned veteran of business litigation in Southern California, he is qualified to address any type of unfair competition claim, including those involving:
- Antitrust violations
- Trademark and copyright infringement
- Misappropriation of trade secrets and customer lists
- Tortious interference
- False advertising
- Selling below wholesale
- Market dumping
- Violations of noncompetes
The Many Roads To Legal Resolution
Depending on the specific circumstances in your matter, the road to resolution may differ from other unfair competition claims. Attorney LaTorraca takes a highly customized approach in finding the best options for each client. His law firm is prepared to aggressively protect your legal rights whether that means seeking injunctive relief, financial recovery or both.