Intracorporate-Conspiracy Doctrine

Intracorporate-Conspiracy Doctrine

Definition

Legal doctrine that holds that because the acts of corporate agents are attributed to the corporation, a corporation is incapable of conspiring with its employees, and employees of the same corporation are incapable of conspiring among themselves when they are acting in the scope of their employment.

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