unfair competition

Definition of "unfair competition"
  1. An illegal marketplace activity that is misleading or unjust, involving acts like false advertising, trademark infringement, or stealing trade secrets
How to use "unfair competition" in a sentence
  1. The company was sued for unfair competition after accusations of trade secret theft.
  2. The judge ruled the use of false advertising in their marketing constituted unfair competition.
  3. The business was fined for trademark infringement, which is considered an act of unfair competition.

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