Types of Claims generally pertaining to Business & Commerce:

false-association claim – based on the wrongful use of a distinctive name, mark, trade dress, or other device to misrepresent sponsorship, origin of goods or services, or affiliation.

commercial tort claim – business-related claim arising in tort pertaining, typically relating to fraud and conversion, etc.

consumer claim – a person’s legal claim based on having purchased defective goods or services for a noncommercial purpose.

maritime claim – a claim related to a ship or a carriage of cargo by ship.


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