What can be done when a third parties intentional interferes w/ a personal contract

Situation: I am a director of a group of schools that have 7 members on a board
Member 1- offers a proposal to the group-
the proposal breaks the by-laws but the chair allows member 1 to go forth with the motion- the motion passes and my position will be moved from my current employer to member 1's control.
Member 1- will become the new employer and has NOT offered me my position with them.
The scope of the work will be the same- only difference is the employer will be member 1
Do I have any action against member one for interference of my contract?

Member one admitted that he did not follow the by-laws and is submitting a revision after the fact for approval.
To recover for a claim of intentional interference with a contract, a party must prove:
1. the existence of a contract, -YES I have contract that will expire 6/30/2011
2. the wrongdoer's knowledge of the contract, - member 1 knew of the contract
3. the wrongdoer's intentional procurement of the contract's breach, -YES
4. lack of justification, and – there is no benefit by member one’s action
5. resulting damages.- myloss of wages- health benefits- retirement

0 answers  |  asked May 28, 2011 8:38 PM [EST]  |  applies to Oregon

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