Connecticut Appeals Court Finds Deutsche Bank Claim of $300 Million Debt Barred by Litigation Privilege
“In light of our Supreme Court’s holding in Rioux [v. Barry], it is clear that the trial court’s judgment cannot stand,” said Clark. “The trial court’s conclusion that the litigation privilege does not apply to the plaintiff’s tortious interference claim because it is more ‘akin to claims for vexatious litigation, abuse of process and malicious prosecution’ is in direct conflict with our Supreme Court’s decision in Rioux.”
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