Knicks, Asst. Manager Dodge Coach's $7.5M Slander Suit

Law360, New York (October 4, 2012, 4:04 PM EDT) -- A New York state judge bench-ruled Thursday that he will dismiss claims lodged at the New York Knicks and assistant general manager Allan Wade Houston seeking $7.5 million in damages over allegedly slandering one of Houston's former coaches and breaching contract by interfering with his career.

Justice Charles E. Ramos granted the Knick's motion to dismiss Arthur E. Rondeau's second complaint in the case, saying the beach of contract claims tied to the alleged interference were too vague, the slander claims too similar to those that...
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