Allegations that representatives of the employer promised to promote the plaintiff, if the plaintiff resigned his second job at another company, then discharged the plaintiff when he reported to work at his new job, can be sufficient to allege fraud in the inducement, even if the plaintiff fails to allege any malicious purpose.
Kaithamattam v. Walnut Hill Inc.
November 12, 2012
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