Skilled Guidance In Florida Unfair And Deceptive Trade Practices Act Issues
The Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (or “FDUTPA”) is Florida legislation which operates to protect consumers from unscrupulous business practices such as unfair methods of competition, unconscionable acts or practices and unfair or deceptive acts or practice in the conduct or trade of a business.
At Brick Business Law, P.A. we have extensive experience handling cases involving FDUTPA and related matters.
Important Details About FDUTPA
FDUTPA is contained within title XXXIII of the Florida Statutes, Part II, which relates to consumer protection and is codified at Fla. Stat. 501.201 through 501.213, et seq.
The statute is broad and can encompass a number of different actions or activities such as deceptive advertising, fraudulent misrepresentations and other types of misleading actions by businesses.
Commonly, a business will be sued for a number of different claims, including unfair and deceptive trade practices as a “catch all” that may or may not be applicable in a given case.
Our business law team is here to help you understand your rights and obligations under FDUTRA. As a team that has a broad-base of experience in business litigation and dispute issues, we offer a seasoned perspective, a strategic approach and a proven track record.
Understand Your Rights in FDUTPA Matters
The experienced team at Brick Business Law, P.A. pursues and defends claims under the FDUTPA. If your business is being sued for or you believe you have a claim against a business for such practices, get in touch with our team for a free consultation. You can connect via inquiry email or call the firm at 813-280-0266 / 727-291-7725 and speak with member of our team. With offices in St. Petersburg and Tampa, we serve clients throughout the entire Tampa Bay area.