We represented a district manager who had been sued in an individual capacity on behalf of our client, a home improvement retailer. A former store manager claimed that his boss, the district manager, was individually liable for tortious interference with contract. We prevailed on summary judgment, and the former store manager appealed. The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the victory for our client.
Summary Judgment in Tortious Interference Case for Home Improvement Retailer
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