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.
Misrepresentation and Interference with Contract Claims, with Underlying Sexual Harassment Allegations, Managed at Summary Judgment
- Engineering and Construction
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