Sulzer Carbomedics, Inc. v. Oregon Cardio-Devices, Inc. et al.

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Sulzer Carbomedics, Inc. v. Oregon Cardio-Devices, Inc. et al.
No. 99-50978 (5th Cir. 2001)
US
Federal Court
5th Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Lynn

Summary

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit considered a lost profits award for tortious interference with economic relations (i.e. the inducement of an sales agent under an exclusive agreement to cease selling Sulzer’s cardio devices). The jury awar ...
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