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California Businesses and Unfair Competition Law

  • By: Robert Klein

Two forces shape unfair competition law in California – the Unfair Competition Law (“UCL”) itself and 2004’s Proposition 64, which California voters passed to limit the right to sue on unfair competition grounds in certain circumstances. Additional details on unfair competition law are available from a Los Angeles business litigation lawyer.

What constitutes unfair competition?

The following activities qualify as unfair competition under California’s UCL:

Unfair competition can have a significant impact on your business, as it provides your competitors with illegal advantages. Are you facing illegal tactics from a competitor? You may wish to contact a Los Angeles unfair competition lawyer.

Robert Klein

About the Author Attorney Robert Klein is a former CPA and known for
finding creative solutions to complex business lawsuits.