What is Civil Conspiracy? Elements, Examples, & Potential Damages

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Last updated on: December 07, 2020
Civil conspiracy is an agreement between two or more parties to commit an unlawful or wrongful act that injures a third party. However, civil conspiracy claims can be difficult to prove and may not be appropriate in all cases.
What is Civil Conspiracy? Elements, Examples, & Potential Damages

Below, we examine the elements of a civil conspiracy claim, who can be held liable for civil conspiracy, the difference between civil and criminal conspiracy, the potential damages a plaintiff may recover for civil conspiracy, similar legal claims to civil conspiracy, and how to choose a civil conspiracy attorney.

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