Tortious Interference Claim Fails Without Showing of Improper Means

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Plaintiff, a distributor of motors and related products to automotive original equipment manufacturers and suppliers throughout the Midwest, brought claims against defendant, a manufacturer with whom plaintiff had a non-exclusive distribution agreement. Plaintiff claimed that defendant’s direct sale to plaintiff’s customers constituted, among other things, tortious interference with plaintiff’s business relationships.

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