Tortious Interference With Business

Depending on the specific facts, tortious interference with business may be referred to by many complex names such as tortious interference with a business expectancy, tortious inducement of breach of contract or tortious interference with contract rights. This Missouri lawsuit protects individuals and businesses that have been harmed financially by another knowingly and intentionally interfering with your business or with your contractual relationship with a third party. Examples of tortious interference: (1) a vendor intentionally not supplying your business with something you need to fulfill a customer order or contract; (2) someone influencing someone else to breach a contract with you or your business; or (3) someone offering to sell something below market value to prevent a customer from completing a purchase with you.

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