Crop Production Services, Inc. v. Ormond Defendants allege generally that, once this contract dispute arose, plaintiff strong-armed defendants’ usual suppliers into refusing to do business with defendants. However, defendants do not explicitly assert that they expected to buy supplies from their “regular suppliers”; moreover, defendants do not allege the nature and length of their relationship with these suppliers or even the suppliers’ names and locations. Therefore, defendants have failed to state a claim for tortious interference with a prospective economic advantage.
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