Parsons Obtains Summary Judgment

February 18, 2014 – Justin W. Parsons of the firm’s Mobile, Alabama office recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of a property management company for condominium associations and its owner in the Circuit Court of Baldwin County, Alabama.  The plaintiff, a bookkeeping firm for condominium associations, asserted claims of intentional interference with contractual relationships and civil conspiracy when multiple contracts it had with various condominium associations were cancelled.  The plaintiff blamed the cancellation of its contracts on the company.  Mr. Parsons argued that the plaintiff failed to present substantial evidence to present its claim to a jury and that his clients were agents of the condominium associations which the plaintiff had contracts with so he could not be liable for intentional interference with contractual relationships under Alabama law.  The trial court agreed, and summary judgment was granted.

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