In Virginia, tortious interference with a contract generally occurs when one party knows of the existence of a valid contractual relationship or business expectancy between two or more other parties, but intentionally interferes or disrupts the contract. If the interference is bad enough it can cause a breach of contract or termination of the contractual relationship, which damages one or both of the other parties. In addition, certain facts and factors, such as "at will" employment for example, can have an impact on the elements involved in proving this cause of action.
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We strongly recommend that you consult with a business lawyer or contract lawyer who is knowledgeable in litigating this cause of action. The Virginia case law is significant and continuing to develop as Virginia courts explore new fact patterns in the digital age. Our business and contract lawyers are skilled and experienced litigating lawsuits claiming tortious interference with a contract and can use that advanced understanding to enforce and defend these lawsuits.
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