Tortious Interference Claim Dismissed Again

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With the proliferation of runoff companies, which either take over distressed reinsurers or absorb legacy reinsurance obligations, comes claims by insureds and cedents against those companies and their affiliated administrators for various alleged offenses. For example, claims of tortious interference with contract have been brought against a number of runoff entities and their affiliates.

But claims of tortious interference are very difficult to sustain. In a recent case, an Illinois federal court dismissed tortious interference claims for the second time.

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