A company was involved with racketeering and they threatened to interfere with my business if I sued them. A few years have passed and I discovered more illegal, does this impact tolling?
Look if this is as bad as it sounds you shouldn’t be on a public website you should be in an office of a lawyer you can speak with in confidence
If you are aware of any business entity that has engaged in racketeering, then IMMEDIATELY contact the local District Attorney's office (for all state-level crimes) or the US Attorney's office for federal crimes.
But if you are conveniently using the term 'racketeering' when in fact there has been no crime(s) committed, then no, nothing in what you described serves to toll the Statute of Limitations. Then again, each NEW act of racketeering has its own, meaning brand new, Statute of Limitations. For example, if my neighbor decides to trespass on my lawn every night, each new act of trespass comes with a 1 year Statute of Limitations (for any civil lawsuit).
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