Dr Stout Case Summary

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alone, serve to bar Dr. Stout from bringing suit in tort to recover for termination in violation of public policy. Accordingly, Dr. Stout’s first claim against Health Management should be dismissed pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6). 2. TORTIOUS INTERFERENCE WITH CONTRACTS IS NOT PRESENT In his second claim, Dr. Stout seeks recovery of actual and punitive damages under a legal theory of tortious interference with contracts. Dr. Stout has not alleged and cannot show the existence of the elements necessary to support his allegations of tortious interference with contracts. Accordingly, dismissal is appropriate. In order to establish a claim for tortious interference with contract, Dr. Stout must show: (1) a valid contract between the plaintiff and

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