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Trial Report No. 95-T287, Commercial

Conspiracy – Tortious Interference – Loss of Business

Type of Action


Type of Injuries

Loss of business resulting from conspiracy, tortious interference

Name of Case

Commercial Business Sys. v. Bell South Servs.

Court/Case No.

Chesterfield Circuit Court, CL94-475, CL90-912

Judge or Jury


Name of Judge

Judge Theodore Markow

Damages Awarded or Settled



$435,177 plus interest beginning Jan. 14, 1990, against Halifax Corp., Clifford McGuire and Jerry Waldrop

Attorney for Plaintiff

H. Kenneth Kudon, Washington, D.C.

Plaintiff’s Expert

Robert Raymond

Defendant’s Experts

Frederic Miller and Walter Stosch

Other Useful Information

The Virginia Supreme Court reversed summary judgment against Commercial Business Sys. in early 1995 (VLW 095-6-008, 9 VLW 897). Bell South was found not liable for Waldrop’s conduct.

[95-T287, November 6, 1995]

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