Prime Contracting, et al vs. Wal-Mart



Prime Contracting and Complete Contracting, the plaintiffs, were subcontractors on a number of Wal-Mart and Sam's Club construction projects. Wal-Mart ordered their general contractors to summarily eject both Prime and Complete. Prime and Complete sued Wal-Mart for tortious interference with their existing and ongoing business relationships with the general contractors as well as the future, prospective business relationships with those general contractors and others. The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, Chief Judge Jennifer B. Coffman presiding, overruled Wal-Mart's motion for summary judgment in this opinion.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 6th Circuit, Kentucky | United States

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