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We don't have a non-compete clause in our lease. We provide health care services and have been in practice as an LLC for 20 years (at this site for 6 ). Our landlord rented space right next to us to a company from another town dba as the same name and providing the same services as us. Before they moved in, their mail began arriving in our office. That's how we learned of their pending arrival. This confusion caused violations in HIPAA patient privacy laws. We asked, but the new company refused to change their dba name. So we had no choice but to hire an atty or we'd have been out of compliance with HIPAA regulations in not protecting our pt privacy. Can our landlord be held responsible for not preventing this obvious and foreseeable confusion and interference with our business?
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