A business tort occurs when the wrongful conduct of an individual or business causes financial harm to another business.
When a business breaks the law to obtain an unfair advantage, the harm to you or your business can be severe.
Business tort laws provide remedies to individuals and businesses whose business relationships
or other economic interests have been harmed by the wrongful conduct of another.
Why Lamothe Law Firm
Frank Lamothe and his team of attorneys have had substantial success handling a variety of business torts cases for major corporations and other companies. He has tried and won numerous multi-million dollar cases during his career in federal and state courts throughout the country including Louisiana, Arizona, Florida and Mississippi. In particular, Mr Lamothe tried a business tort case that received a multi-million dollar judgment where there was a breach of fiduciary duties by members of an LLC.
Mr. Lamothe has authored many articles and lectured on business litigation matters, including “Proving Economic Loss in Business Cases” and “Business Torts in Louisiana,” and is Past Chair of the Business Torts Sections of the Louisiana Association and the American Association for Justice.
Mr. Lamothe is highly recognized as a skilled business trial attorney. He has received the top listing in the 2007-2014 editions of Louisiana Super Lawyers for business litigation, an honor limited to no more than 5 percent of all attorneys in the state, and was also given a select listing in the Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers 2010 for business litigation.
Please contact Lamothe Law Firm to speak with an experienced business litigation attorney to discuss your business torts case at (504) 704-1414.Send A Message
Business Tort Claims Can Include:
Tortuous interference with contractual relations • Fraud • Negligent misrepresentation • Intentional misrepresentation • Unfair trade practices • Commercial disparagement • Bad faith • Breach of fiduciary duties • Misappropriation of proprietary information or trade secrets • Interference with prospective business advantage