Fine v. Children’s Specialty Grp. PLLC

A plaintiff doctor claims tortious interference with his contractual relationship and business expectancy, alleging that the defendant hospital knew of his memorandum of understanding with a physicians’ practice group and directed the group to terminate it without legal justification. His complaint also alleges that the group did so at the hospital’s direction and to keep the plaintiff from realizing the compensation he would have received otherwise. These allegations are sufficient to survive demurrer.

Fine v. Children’s Specialty Grp. PLLC, No. CL18-6614, Dec. 5, 2018. Norfolk (Atkins).

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