A state appeals court has all but slammed the door on suits by one lawyer against another, on grounds of tortious interference with contract, for taking a client away.

No cause of action exists unless wrongful means, such as fraud or defamation, are alleged, the Appellate Division said in ordering dismissal in Nostrame v. Santiago, A-2298-10, on June 10.

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