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Court of Chancery Explains Tortious Interference Claim
By Morris James LLP on August 1, 2008
Posted In Business Torts
Excite LLC v. Soni, C.A. 2476-CC (Del. Ch. Aug. 1, 2008)
In this decision, the Court explains in detail what is needed to plead a claim for tortious interference with a business relationship. The opinion is particularly helpful in tackling the difficult issue of when a director may be considered to have interfered in a contract with his own corporation.
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