Allison operates a pizza establishment and has run into difficult economic times. Just when Allison feels that her business was finally going well, a new pizza place opens nearby. Allison cannot stand the thought of again facing bankruptcy of a business that she has worked so hard for. Allison contacts the suppliers of the new pizza place and tries to convince them not to deal with the new place. The credit worthiness of the new restaurant is lied about, and the moral character of the owner called into question. What torts has Allison committed? What defense(s) might she assert? What ethical issues are presented by Allison’s behavior? How can they be resolved?Thoroughly explain your answer. Fully describe the applicable laws and then apply them to the material facts. Explain your analysis. If you make assumptions of fact, fully explain them.
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