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$1M Default Judgment for Tortious Interference (access required)

Applying Florida law, a Richmond U.S. District Court enters a $1 million default judgment for plaintiff broker-dealer, who alleges defendant, a Florida brokerage employment recruiter, violated a nonsolicitation agreement and tortiously interfered with plaintiff’s contracts with seven brokers who defected to a competitor after the Florida recruiter failed to broker a sale of the Richmond ...

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