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Competitor’s Privilege a Competitive Advantage? Only if there’s not improper means!

Tennessee recognizes the tort of interference with prospective business relations. But there’s an exception for competitors. One who intentionally causes a third person not to enter into a prospective contractual...more

California Court of Appeal Clarifies the Limits of Statutory Trade Secret Displacement (Supersession)

In a case whose facts plainly compelled the outcome, California’s Fourth Appellate District held on October 15, 2013 in Angelica Textile Services, Inc. v. Jaye Park, No. D062405 that a claim for trade secret misappropriation...more

C. Wonder – Not So Wonderful According to Tory Burch

Tory Burch, a designer known for her colorful, yet accessible preppy styles and signature double-T medallion, has a new contender to deal with in the fashion world, and unfortunately it’s her ex-husband and former business...more

TORTIOUS INTERFERENCE WTH ADVANTAGEIOUS BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP: WHEN DOES COMPETITION BECOME INTERFERENCE?

By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire Competition is the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve the objectives of increasing profits, market share, and sales volume by varying the elements of the marketing: price point, product...more

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