[Eugene Volokh] ‘Intentional interference with business relations’ tort claims based on defendant’s true statements about plaintiff

(IStock) Can someone be liable for “intentional interference with business relations” for accurately informing people about facts about the plaintiff, which then leads them to stop doing business with the plaintiff? I think the answer has to be no, both because of the First Amendment and as a matter of sound tort law principles.

Source: [Eugene Volokh] ‘Intentional interference with business relations’ tort claims based on defendant’s true statements about plaintiff

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