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If I understand your question correctly, you are planning on forming a business, but you are worried that someone might later sue you because they were not included in your business.
There is no such cause of action.
I understand you may be concerned about some type of unspecified intellectual property associated with your business idea, but in most cases a business concept is not independently categorized as "intellectual property" in the same way that a new device, manufacturing process, piece of artwork, or music would be.
So again, there is no such cause of action.
(As an aside, I highly encourage all new business owners to work with a local business law attorney to help draft their operating documents as opposed to using "off the shelf" documents - without having specially drafted documents you do not get the full benefit of the legal form you choose (LLC or Corp.), and you are unable to specifically prepare your business for expansion, contraction, disputes, dissolution, or many other types of issues specific to your business (that is what you are paying the attorney for) - it is much easier and less expensive to pay for this up front than it is to try to deal with problems later with a poorly drafted set of documents that are usually just a regurgitation of the state's corporate code).