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Luttmann v. Tiffany and Co., No. 2:07-CV-03521-SRC-MAS, (D.N.J., January 23, 2009) (unpublished)

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No Tortious Interference Where Information Provided to Prospective Employer Was Truthful.

Ogletree Deakins • February 13, 2009
The plaintiff, who was terminated for violating company policy, later received an offer of employment from a new employer contingent on a background check. When the prospective employer learned from the prior employer the reason for the plaintiff’s termination, it withdrew the offer. The plaintiff sued his prior employer for, inter alia, tortious interference with prospective economic advantage.