Palles v. Hatteras Investment Partners LLC, July 27, 2009 (Tennille)(unpublished)

The managing member and president of an LLC could not be liable for tortious interference with contract for firing the Plaintff. "A party to a contract, including the party's managing agent, cannot be liable for wrongful interference of the contract." The defendant was not an outsider to the contract, and therefore could not be liable for wrongful interference for firing the Plaintiff

The Court dismissed Plaintiff's unfair and deceptive practices claim, ruling that it was outside the scope of the statute because it involved securities claims and employer-employee relations.

Full Opinion

Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss

Brief in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

Reply Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss

 

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