You enter in to a contract with a party to protect your interests and to ensure that each party is clear on their rights and obligations. The last thing you expect is for some third party to interfere with the contract and hurt your interests. While the contract may not protect against this interference, the law does.
No person or entity has the right to wrongfully interfere with a contract that you have with another party or with prospective economic advantage that you may have. California has strict laws against such interference. Interference with contract occurs when:
- You have a contract with a party
- A third party knows about the contract
- The third party intends to disrupt performance of this contract
- The third party takes steps to actually prevent performance of the contract or make performance more difficult
- You suffer injury from the third party’s conduct
If this happened to you, then you can recover for monetary damages against the third party. Contact The Law Office of George Moschopoulos, APC for a consultation. The Law Office of George Moschopoulos, APC has represented clients in various forms of business litigation disputes, including, interference with a contract. Our office can help protect your business and contractual interests.
The Law Office of George Moschopoulos, APC will take the time to obtain a clear and detailed understanding of your case and business. That knowledge is used to provide specialized and high quality legal representation from negotiations through trial, if needed.