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11. Why? Because an intentional infliction of emotional distress claim can be proven by showing outrageous behavior or repeated annoyances coupled with threats.
12. Business Torts: Medtronic, Inc., is a medical-technology company that competes for customers with St. Jude Medical S.C., Inc. James Hughes worked for Medtronic as a sales manager. His contract prohibited him from working for a competitor for one year after leaving Medtronic. Hughes sought a position as a sales director for St. Jude. St. Jude told Hughes that his contract with Medtronic was unenforceable and offered him a job. Hughes accepted. Medtronic filed a suit, alleging wrongful interference. Which type of interference was most likely the basis for this suit? Did it occur here?
13. Hughes worked as a sales manager. 14. Hughes did have a contract with Medtronic.
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15. 15. Hughes sought a position as a sales director for St. Jude. Under Hughes's contract with Medtronic, what is
16. Is St. Jude’s a competitor with Medtronic? Yes
17. Is the clause in this case commonly known as a noncomplete clause? Yes
18. Hughes sought a position as a sales director for St. Jude. St. Jude told Hughes that his contract with Medtronic was unenforceable and offered him a job. Hughes accepted. Medtronic filed a suit, alleging wrongful interference.

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