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Summary Judgment on Tortious Interference Claims

April 17, 2008

Joe Kingma got summary judgment for three defendants sued in Clayton County for allegedly interfering with a psychologist’s business. The psychologist alleged that the defendant’s wrongful actions had led to his discipline by the Georgia Psychological Association and the State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. Joe argued that the defendants were protected by a statutory immunity and that the plaintiff could not show any damages proximately caused by the defendant’s alleged actions. Summary judgment was granted in the Superior Court of Clayton County on April 17, 2008.

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