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By William Kessler
Since the Washington Supreme Court’s decision in Alejandre v. Bull in 2007, a plaintiff was generally prohibited from recovering money damages in tort (e.g. a claim based on negligence) if (a) the plaintiff and defendant had a contract and (b) the tort arose out of the subject matter of that contract.
By David Tingstad
In a recent Washington Supreme court case (known as "Sound Infinity"), our court approved the majority shareholders’ ouster of a minority shareholder notwithstanding the minority shareholder’s objections.