Sarasota Lawyer for Deceptive and Fraudulent Business Practices

As a business owner or consumer, you may have been the victim of an unconscionable or deceptive business practice or act. This may include misleading statements concerning products, unfair competition or corporate espionage to name a few of the plethora of unscrupulous acts that fraudsters implement to scam innocent businesses and consumers.

Under the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (Fla. Stat. ยง501.204), you have rights if you or your business is the victim of unfair methods of competition, unconscionable acts or practices, and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of any trades or business. This law gives you the rights to recover your losses including, if necessary, filing a class action lawsuit if you are one of many similarly situated victims.

If you or your business has been the victim of deceptive practices, contact attorney Andre Perron. Mr. Perron is certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in business litigation. You do not have to be a defenseless victim - however, only by being informed and taking action can you protect your business and legal rights.

Common Deceptive Business Practices

Deceptive practices are often found in the following transactions:

•  Real estate sales
•  Business sales and purchases
•  Employment agreements
•  The sale of equipment, products and merchandise
•  Investment offerings

Examples of unfair competition include:

•  Interference with business or contractual relationships
•  Misappropriation of ideas, trade secrets, likeness and personalities
•  Predatory practices
•  Anti-competitive exclusion
•  Fraud and misrepresentation
•  Systematic breaches of contract
•  Price fixing

If you or your business has fallen victim to any of the above, contact a Bradenton business litigation attorney today by calling 941-827-2228 to discuss your rights and options. Mr. Perron represents clients in Sarasota, Bradenton and throughout Southwest Florida. All consultations and documents related to your case will always be kept strictly confidential.