Interference with Prospective Contracts
Business Litigation Lawyers in Dallas
While tortious interference deals with claims made when a contract is already in place, there is another category for relationships that have not yet been made official. Interference with prospective contracts deals with just that—attempting to prevent a contract from being agreed to by two parties.
As business disputes go, this can be rather nefarious. It can be difficult enough to obtain new business through traditional channels. Agreeing to a deal can represent a major milestone for a company and, perhaps, be the difference between success or failure.
Facing interference with a prospective contract? Let the Texas business litigation lawyers at Deans & Lyons, LLP review your case. Call (844) 297-8898.