A business suing another business must be involved in trade or commerce. The business being sued must be involved in an “unfair method of competition” or must have engaged in actions that were “unfair” or “deceptive.” That business’s actions must have occurred mainly and significantly inside Massachusetts.
To receive money from a business, that business’s actions must have resulted in a loss of money or property. Or, if one business seeks to simply stop another from doing something, that business’s actions “may have the effect of causing” the loss of money or property.
- Who is Protected and From What Kinds of Business Activities?
- Awards You Could Get Under Massachusetts Consumer Protection Law
- Can I Sue?
- How Do I Send a 30-Day Demand Letter?
- What Can I Do After a Business Responds to My 30-Day Demand Letter?
- The Business Will Not Find a Solution with Me Or Did Not Respond
- My Business was Hurt by Another Business
- I Received a 30-Day Demand Letter
- What Happens if I Am Offered a Settlement by a Business but Don’t Take It?
- What Happens in Court for a 93A Matter?
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