Misrepresentation and Interference with Contract Claims, with Underlying Sexual Harassment Allegations, Managed at Summary Judgment

Represented employer of female advertising vendor of a large automobile sales company. Employer and vendor was sued by a sales manager for misrepresentation and interference with a contract stemming from the vendor’s concerns over allegedly inappropriate conduct on the part of a sales manager.  Judge granted summary judgment in favor of the vendor finding that the sales manager had no cause of action against her.

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Kimberly M. Jansen

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