tortious interference


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tortious interference

noun encouraging a breach, infringing on another's agreement, innerfering with contract, interfering with contractual commitments, interfering with contractual obligation, interferrng with contractual rights, intermeddling, intermeddling with business activities, obstruction, work against anothers contractual relationship, wrongful interference with busiiess relationships, wrongful interference with contractual relationships
Associated concepts: employment law
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ITG voluntarily dismissed its counterclaim for tortious interference, a small element of the larger lawsuit, in order to simplify the issues in the case.