This article examines the history of interference with contract and tortious interference with business relations. It distinguishes the two actions and separates them on the basis that one is grounded in tort law while the other is predicated on contract law. The article concludes by suggesting a limit on the interference actions
Donald C. Dowling Jr.,
A Contract Theory for a Complex Tort: Limiting Interference with Contract Beyond the Unlawful Means Test,
40 U. Miami L. Rev.
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