Sirius Satellite Radio has persuaded a Manhattan Supreme Court justice to dismiss a lawsuit claiming it tortiously interfered with prospective business relations by encouraging the company that produces satellite radio receivers for Sirius not to enter into a business relationship with Advanced Global Technology.

Justice Karla Moskowitz, in Advanced Global Technology v. Sirius Satellite Radio, 603680/2006, held that Advanced Global Technology (AGT) failed to prove that Sirius acted with “wrongful means” or for “the sole purpose” of harming it in making its recommendation.

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