California's Unfair Competition Law

California's Unfair Competition Law

Posted By Mehrshad Mirkhan || 3-Mar-2015

When it comes to running a business, it is normal to try and stay one step ahead of your competitors. But there are lines that should not be crossed – lines that are outlined in California’s unfair competition law (UCL).

Under California Business and Professions Code § 17200, businesses are prohibited from any actions that are unfair, unlawful, or fraudulent. Examples can include anything from false advertising in a way that actively and negatively affects your business to engaging in any illegal act in an attempt to harm your business. Do you believe your business is being victimized by unfair competition? You need an Orange County business litigation attorney on your side.

As a business owner, you should never enter into an unfair competition case without seeking professional legal counsel first. UCL cases require evidence of unfair practices, which can be difficult to find, let alone prove. The Mirkhan Law Firm has been handling all types of business litigation for years and our attorneys know what to look for and how to build solid cases. If you need to take legal action against unfair practices, reach out to our firm today!

Contact us today at (877) 405-1971 to consult a business litigation lawyer in Orange County.

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