Kennedy v. Lubar
By Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals
- Release Date - Published: 2001-12-17
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals
Kennedy v. Lubar Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals read online review & book description:
PUBLISH Plaintiff-Appellee Lisa T. Kennedy brought suit against Defendant-Appellant Clemence Lubar in Colorado state court, asserting state common law claims for ""[t]ortious [i]nterference with [e]mployment [r]elations"" and tortious interference with ""[p]rospective [e]mployment [r]elations."" Compl. at 14, App. to Br. of Def.-Appellant (""App."") at 17. Kennedy was employed as a part-time pharmacist in Store 100 of the King Soopers chain of grocery stores, and Lubar was her pharmacy manager. Kennedy alleges that Lubar engaged in intentional, malicious and willful misconduct which allegedly caused her termination from Store 100 and her inability to obtain subsequent employment at other King Soopers stores.
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