If a competitor has accused you of violating federal unfair competition law or you believe that a competitor has an unfair competitive advantage, a lawyer can help you assess the situation. Your lawyer will need information about the nature and status of your complaint. Federal unfair competition law encompasses false advertising, “passing off” goods as the goods of a competitor, trade libel, and tortious interference. If you’re not sure whether the claim at issue actually bestows unfair competitive advantage, a lawyer can help you discern which category of federal unfair competition law your situation falls into and how you can move forward.
Prepare for your first meeting or call with a unfair competition lawyer by completing Priori’s Unfair Competition worksheet. With our checklist of key unfair competitive advantage issues, you’ll be able to think through the most important issues and facts involving federal unfair competition law in advance of your meeting. This will allow you to send relevant information to your lawyer, so your lawyer can prepare in advance of your meeting and make your interactions as productive and cost-effective as possible. Priori can also connect you with a lawyer in our vetted network who can assist you with questions about unfair competitive advantage.
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