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Law Firm’s Loss of Client Not Tortious Interference (access required)

A law firm that represented a housing authority for 30 years, but lost that client after the chairman of the county board of supervisors “verbally clashed” with a partner and allegedly acted with “malice” to destroy the attorney-client relationship, cannot sue the chairman for tortious interference with a contract, the Supreme Court of Virginia says. ...

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