Understanding the Law Radio (UTLRadio)

Tortious Interference and MLW v. WWE

May 18, 2022

On this episode of the UTLRadio Podcast, Peter explains the basics of tortious interference and discusses the lawsuit filed by MLW v. WWE. 

On January 11, 2022, MLW Media LLC, filed a lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment ("WWE") alleging both tortious interference with contractual relations and tortious interference with prospective business advantage. The suit claims that WWE intentionally attempted "to destroy its competitor MLW’s business and maintain its dominance of the U.S. broadcasting market for professional wrestling by unlawfully interfering with MLW’s access to media markets and wrestling talent." (See Complaint - MLW Media LLC, v. World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., Case 3:22-cv-00179-KAW.)

 

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