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Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment in Tortious Interference Claims

March 30, 2009

Joe Kingma represented three defendants sued for allegedly interfering with a psychologist’s business. The Psychologist alleged that the defendant’s wrongful actions had forced him from private practice and caused his discipline by the Georgia Psychological Association and the State Board of Examiners. The trial court granted summary judgment and the Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed finding that the defendants were protected by immunity and that the plaintiffs had failed to show harm arising from the alleged interference. (Case No. A09A0103 Georgia Court of Appeals, March 30, 2009)

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