Cox v. City of Atlanta

Decision in Cox v. City of Atlanta


This is a case that I handled with one of my colleagues when I was employed with the City of Atlanta. It contains a good analyis of the "stranger doctrine" as it pertains to claims for tortious interference with business or contractual relationships. It is frequently cited in tortious interference cases.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 11th Circuit, Georgia | United States

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