Doctor cannot sue hospital after it refused to rent him space
In Rollison v. Kingsbury, a doctor attempted to sue his former partner and the hospital from which he wanted to rent office space. He argued that the hospital's refusal to rent to him constituted "tortious interference with a contract and a business relationship." The Court rejected his claim and reversed the trial judge's refusal to grant summary disposition to the defendants. It concluded that he didn't actually have a contract that was "interfered with;" and that he had no proof of a malicicious intent to eliminate his potential competition with his former partner.