Find Best Employment Lawyers In Dc For “Intentional Infliction Of Emotional Trauma”?

Of course not.

It’s also worth noting that the DC Court of Appeals has held that bringing a claim for “intentional infliction of emotional distress” requires proof of “extreme and outrageous conduct.” (I haven’t found an opinion on this point in the state’s intermediate court, but it seems to be settled law.) So once again, even if there were some plausible legal claims before us here, they could not support any award at all.

The best way I can think to summarize my view is as follows: The fact that Mr. D’Souza claimed to have suffered injury from his wife’s actions does not prove that he did so or that she acted with actual malice or malicious intent. Nor does it mean she had bad motives for acting as she did; indeed, her husband could have been filing these same kinds of baseless claims against her without benefit of our legal system because he was angry at her! If people are going to engage lawyers over their own relationships, then perhaps they should take the possibility into account when hiring them.

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