Unfair competition

Unfair competition
A competitor is behaving in a parasitic or derogatory manner towards your firm. An ex-employee has joined a competitor following which several of your customers have broken off their relationship with your firm. A competing firm is using information from one of your ex-employees. Advertising by one of your competitors unlawfully ‘attacks’ one of your products (non-objective, comparative advertising).
SEA Avocats acts to:
  • secure evidence of unfair behavior;
  • deter your competitor from acting in an anti-competitive manner;
  • have the unfair behavior brought to an end as quickly as possible;
  • seek compensation for harm.

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