Commercial fraud refers to misleading or deceiving entities and individuals, defrauding money and all forms of benefits by means of concealing facts, publishing false information, signing false contracts, and exaggerating propaganda during the course of market transactions, investments, and services. The behavior disrupts the market economic order and damages the legitimate rights and interests of the people. It is also bad faith and an act of unfair completion that violates the principle of honesty and credibility. Accusations of commercial fraud in civil court can carry serious monetary penalties unless you are able to defend your actions. Our attorneys have handled multiple commercial fraud cases in different states, and will be happy to assist you with your defense.