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16 October, 10:21

Lori works for Big Corporation as an "at will" employee. Richard, owner of a small store, offers to pay Lori much more money if she will leave Big Corp and work for his store. When Lori starts to work for Richard, Big Corp correctly claims Richard is liable for tortious interference with a contract. True False

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  1. 16 October, 10:40
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    False

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    At-will employment is a contractual relationship between employer and employee in which either of the parties can end the contract without previous notice or cause. However, the reason must not be illegal or go against U. S. Labor laws. For this particular case, Richard is offering Lori a better job opportunity which is not tortious interference.
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