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    Business torts are civil wrongs that are committed by or against an organization. They frequently involve harm done to the organization’s intangible assets, such as its business relationships with clients or its intellectual property. Some common categories of business torts include fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair competition. One of the most common kinds of business fraud is the tort of misrepresentation. Misrepresentation transpires when one party intentionally falsifies a material fact in order to induce another party to perform or refrain from performing in a certain manner.

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    Re: Business Torts

    I am not so clear this post, need more information.
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      business torts fall under the umbrella of unfair competition, which generally occurs when a company acts in a manner that harms another company. Unfair competition is comprised of tortiuous interference, intellectual property infringement, and antitrust issues. Antitrust violations normally occur when a company attempts to push any competitors out of the market by engaging in predatory pricing schemes or by entering into exclusive rights agreements with suppliers.
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        The Business Torts Section comprises several subspecialties and has devoted a committee to each. Each committee has an appointed chairperson who is available to assist members with their cases.
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          Pertaining to Business and the Law!
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            Simple, because it's a business law course...you'd cover the same subjects in most business ethics courses also.
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