Allen Marschat v. Natchaug Hospital
-- October 14, 2010
MEMORANDUM OF DECISION RE MOTION TO STRIKE
The defendant has filed a Motion to Strike Count one and two of the plaintiff's revised complaint.
As to count one, the Court finds the revised complaint sufficiently states the elements of an action for tortious interference with a contractual relationship.
The Court must construe the complaint in the manner most favorable to sustaining its legal sufficiency. Sullivan v. Lake Compounce Theme Park, Inc., 277 Conn. 113, 117 (2006).
As to count two, the Court concludes the revised complaint does not allege facts which sufficiently state a violation of Connecticut General Statutes § 31-290a.
The Motion to Strike is granted as to the second count and denied as to the first count.
Klaczak, Lawrence C., J.T.R.