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'Financial Interest' Won't Bar Claim For Interference (access required)

A lender's "good faith" belief that it had a right to a security guard company's accounts receivable is not a defense against a claim that the lender tortiously interfered with the company's government contracts, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has held. An Alexandria district judge erred in awarding summary judgment to the lender, based ...

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