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No ‘Bad Faith’ Attorney’s Fees for Employer (access required)

Applying an objective standard for bad faith, an Alexandria U.S. District Court declines to award attorney's fees to defendant employer, sued by its former CEO for tortious interference with contract; attorneys cannot control their clients and although plaintiff’s emails painted him as an over-zealous client who strongly believed he had been harmed and was trying ...

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