JOHNSON v. SCHNEIDER

No. 9085.

271 So.2d 579 (1972)

Frank JOHNSON v. M. P. SCHNEIDER, Jr., et al.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, First Circuit.

Rehearing Denied January 31, 1973.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph E. Windmeyer, New Orleans, for appellant.

John J. Weigel, New Orleans, for appellees.

Before LANDRY, TUCKER and PETERS, JJ.


LANDRY, Judge.

This appeal by plaintiff (Appellant) presents the primary issue of whether an agent may be held liable in tort to a third person for breach of a duty owed by the agent to his corporate principal who is also the employer of the injured party. Appellant, an employee of St. Joe Brick Works, Inc. (St. Joe), sued defendants (Appellees) as officers, executives, directors and agents of St. Joe, for damages allegedly sustained by Appellant due to Appellees...

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