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Tortious Interference Law
Eileen A. Logan v. Denny's, Inc.

Eileen Logan, an African-American female who had been employed by Defendant as a server for more than ten years, filed a seven-count complaint in the district court alleging, among other things, that Defendant violated her civil rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, by engaging in discriminatory treatment which led to Plaintiff's constructive discharge. On July 29, 1998, Defendan... More...   $0 (08-07-2001 - OH)

Burkhart Grob Luft und Raumfahrt Gmbh & Co. K.G. v. E-Systmes, Inc.

Burkhart Grob Luft und Raumfahrt GmbH & Co. KG ("Grob") sued E-Systems, Inc. ("E-Systems") for breach of contract, breach of a duty of good faith and fair dealing, tortious interference with a prospective business opportunity, and fraud arising out of the efforts of the two companies to win a government contract. A jury found for Grob on the fraud claim alone and awarded Grob $1 in actual damages ... More...   $1 (08-03-2001 - TX)

Cincinnati Insurance Company v. Eastern Atlantic Insurance Company

The plaintiff in this diversity suit (governed, all agree, by Illinois law) is an insurance company that we'll call "Cincinnati." The complaint seeks a declaration that Cincinnati has no duty to defend the two defendants, "Eastern" and "Integrity," under the basic liability policy that it had issued to them and under an umbrella liability policy that it had issued to Integrity alone. Eas... More...   $0 (08-02-2001 - IL)

International Sales & Service, Inc. v. Austral Insulated Products, Inc.

International Sales & Service, Inc. ("ISS") sued Austral Insulated Products, Inc. ("Austral") for tortious interference with an advantageous business relationship. After the jury returned a verdict for ISS, the district court entered judgment as a matter of law for Austral. We affirm.


ISS was a distributor of, and manufacturer's representative for, various products, principally avia... More...   $0 (07-30-2001 - FL)

Cove v. Carter, et al.

[1] Manley C. Gove Sr. and Tri Berwick Realty, Inc., (collectively, Gove) appeal from the judgment of the Superior Court (York County, Fritzsche, J.) granting a summary judgment to Jonathan L. Carter, the town manager for the Town of Wells. Gove contends that the Superior Court erred in concluding that Carter was entitled to immunity from his suit pursuant to the Maine Tort Claims Act, 14 M... More...   $0 (07-27-2001 - ME)

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company

The Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company ("3M") produces and markets a product known as carrier tape. When the company discovered that three of its employees had formed Accu- Tech Plastics ("Accu-Tech") to manufacture and market resin sheeting, the essential component of carrier tape, 3M brought suit. After dismissing certain 3M claims pursuant to Accu-Tech's summary judgment motio... More...   $0 (07-25-2001 - WI)

D. Bruce McMahan v. Milliam A. Toto

Along with several other limited partners in McMahan, Brafman, Morgan & Company ("MBM"), William A. Toto filed a RICO action in federal court in New York against that company and D. Bruce McMahan after the Internal Revenue Service imposed penalties and disallowed deductions related to the company that he and the other limited partners had claimed. Several of the limited partners in that suit were ... More...   $0 (07-10-2001 - FL)

Sulzer Carbomedics, Inc. v. Oregon Cardio-Devices, Inc., et al.

Doug Clark is the sole shareholder of two corporations through which he has conducted a business selling medical devices, Oregon Cardio-Devices, Inc. ("OCD") and Northwest Cardio-Devices, Inc. ("NCD") (Doug Clark, OCD and NCD will be collectively referred to in this opinion as "Clark" unless a distinction between them is necessary). In 1996, Clark entered into two agreements with Sulzer Carbomedic... More...   $923743 (07-10-2001 - TX)

Dodson v. Allstate Insurance Company

Appellant Jon Dodson, M.D., appeals a Pulaski County jury's verdict finding in favor of Appellee Allstate Insurance Company on claims of defamation and tortious interference with a contract. This court accepted this case on March 9, 2001, pursuant to Ark. Sup. Ct. R. 1-2(g). Dodson raises ten points on appeal. We hold that the trial judge erred in ruling that Allstate's withdrawn counterclaim coul... More...   $0 (06-28-2001 - AR)

Service Vending Co. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

SVC conducts a business that owns and services novelty vending machines. SVC places its machines in various businesses. In 1985 Wal-Mart permitted SVC to place machines in stores Wal-Mart operated in Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas. There were approximately 136 stores in those states in 1985. During the next 13 years, the number of Wal-Mart stores in those states increased to 444.

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Long Distance v. Telefonos De Mexico

This case involves two issues: (1) whether the plaintiff's contracts with Mexican customers in this case violated Mexican law, and, if so, (2) whether that illegality is a defense to the plaintiff's claims. Because we hold that the plaintiff's contracts did not violate Mexican law, we do not reach the second issue. Accordingly, we reverse the court of appeals' judgment and remand the cause to that... More...   $0 (06-14-2001 - TX)

Saleh v. Moore

Fathy M. A. Saleh (Saleh) and Godwin O. Mbagwu (Mbagwu) (together "Appellees"), tenured professors at Virginia State University (VSU), brought employment discrimination actions against several VSU administrators, including the University Presi- dent and Provost, in their individual capacities. Both Saleh and Mbagwu alleged race and national origin discrimination under 42 U.S.C. SS 1981 and 1... More...   $0 (05-31-2001 - VA)

The Hunter Group v. Smith

Hunter Group, Inc. (Hunter), filed suit against Susan Smith, Martin Reimer, Renee Yates, Catherine Cooper, Julia Salter, 1 and Gail Mann (collectively, the employees) in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, alleging that they breached the nonsolicita- tion and noncompete clauses in their employment agreements by join- ing, and enticing each other to join, Deloitte & ... More...   $0 (05-25-2001 - MD)

GRACEIA M. VOYLES, Appellee, v. SANDIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, n/k/a Fleet Mortgage Corporation

The plaintiff, Graceia M. Voyles, brought the present action in the circuit court of Du Page County against the defendant, Sandia Mortgage Corporation (now known as Fleet Mortgage Corporation), seeking damages for the defendant's submission of allegedly inaccurate reports about her to credit reporting agencies. Following a bench trial, the trial judge awarded the plaintiff a total of $10,000 in da... More...   $0 (05-24-2001 - IL)

McNickle v. Phillips Petroleum

Plaintiff Keith McNickle appeals the summary judgment in favor of defendant Phillips Petroleum Company on his claims of tortious interference with contract and tortious interference with prospective economic advantage. Mr. McNickle alleged that Phillips (1) caused his termination from employment with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, and (2) discouraged a prospective employer, Crisp Communicati... More...   $0 (05-22-2001 - OK)

Alpine Industries v. Feyk

Alpine Industries, Inc. sued Dr. Lori Feyk, a public health official with the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, for libel after she authored a public health bulletin critical of Alpine's air cleaning products.

Alpine Industries, Inc. sued Dr. Lori Feyk, a public health official with the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, for libel after she authored a p... More...   $0 (05-11-2001 - AK)

Bashar Lufti, M.D. v. Brighton Coummunity Hospital Association d/b/a Platte Valley Medical Center, et al.

In this dispute involving his removal from a schedule of physicians providing services in a hospital emergency medical service department (ER), plaintiff, Bashar Lufti, M.D., appeals the summary judgment in favor of defendants, Platte Valley Medical Center, Inc. (the hospital), and John Hicks, the hospital’s chief executive officer. We affirm.

The hospital contracted with Platte Valley... More...   $0 (05-10-2001 - CO)

LYCON INC, Plaintiff-Appellant, VS. MICHAEL S. JUENKE, individually and as corporate officer of EVI Oil Tools Inc; EVI OIL TOOLS INC, Defendant-Appellees

Lycon sued EVI, alleging that EVI had violated federal antitrust laws by engaging in price discrimination in violation of 15 U.S.C. § 13, as well as asserting claims under Louisiana law for price discrimination, unfair trade practices, unfair sales, trade secrets violations, tortious interference, and breach of implied contract. EVI moved for summary judgment.

Viewing the summary judgment evid... More...   $0 (04-27-2001 - LA)

Jackson v. West Telemarketing Corporation Outbound

Glenn and Elsie Jackson appeal an adverse summary judgment in their action alleging bid-rigging through fraud, conspiracy, and misappropriation. Concluding that the statute of limitations bars their tort claims and that they presented no genuine issues of material fact pertaining to the claim for fraud, we affirm.


The Jacksons, residents of California, desired to p... More...
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Trigen Okalhoma City Energy v. Oklahoma Gas & Electric

Trigen-Oklahoma Energy Corp. ("Trigen") sued Oklahoma Gas & Electric ("OG&E") in federal district court, alleging violations of the federal antitrust laws, Oklahoma antitrust laws, and Oklahoma tort law. A jury returned a verdict for Trigen on all counts except attempted monopolization, 15 U.S.C. § 2. The court awarded Trigen over $20 million in damages. OG&E appeals the jury's verdict and Trigen ... More...   $0 (04-03-2001 - OK)

Genosky v. Minnesota

Doreen Genosky ("Genosky") appeals from a final order entered in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota,1 granting summary judgment in favor of the State of Minnesota, Lori Hodapp ("Hodapp"), and Thomas Fraser ("Fraser") (collectively "defendants") on her claims of gender-based discrimination and retaliation under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. §§ ... More...   $0 (03-30-2001 - MN)

Anderson, Greenwood & Co. v. Martin

Anderson, Greenwood & Co. (AGCO) appeals from a take-nothing judgment in their contract suit against appellees (collectively referred to as “Nibsco”). In four issues, AGCO asserts: (1) the trial court erred in disregarding the jury’s findings that Nibsco’s breach of contract caused AGCO damages of $120,000.00 plus $750,000.00 attorney’s fees; (2) the evidence is l... More...   $0 (03-29-2001 - TX)

Dr. Richard Angelico v. St. Luke's Hospital, et al.

Tortious interference with prospective economical advantage and anti-trust - Plaintiff claimed that Lehigh Valley Hospital, Easton Hospital and St. Luke's illegally blocked Angelico from practicing heart surgery.

The hospitals claim that Angelico's departure from heart surgery came after Angelico repeatedly mistreated operating-room staff. Plaintiff alleged that the hospitals conspire... More...   $0 (03-16-2001 - PA)

Reciprocal AIF Corp. and Independent Reciprocal Exchange v. L.L. Lopez Enterprises Inc. d/b/a Triple L Furniture & Appliance, Paul Gabriel, Individually and d/b/a Gabriel General Insurance Agency, and Patricia Gabriel, Individually and d/b/a Gabrie

Breach of Fiduciary Duty/Intentional Interference with an Existing Contract/DTPA/Intentional Interference with Prospective Contractual Relationships/Business Disparagement/Civil Conspiracy/Fraud/Forgery/Misappropriation of Trade Secrets/Malice - Counterplaintiffs prevail in dispute over insurance premium payments. This case initially began as a lawsuit by Reciprocal AIF Corp. against Triple L F... More...   $54820179 (03-12-2001 - TX)

City Slickers, Inc. v. Joseph E. Douglas

Appellant, City Slickers, Inc., is appealing an order of the Pulaski County Chancery Court that denied its motion for a temporary restraining order against appellee, Joseph E. Douglas, by which it sought to enjoin Douglas from violating the Arkansas Theft of Trade Secrets Act. We agree with the chancellor's decision to deny the temporary relief, and we affirm.

The undisputed facts are that C... More...   $0 (03-07-2001 - AR)

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