TACOMA, Wash. - A contractor's evidence regarding injury to its reputation was insufficient to support a $1.5 million jury verdict on a claim against an insurer for tortious interference with a business relationship following a dispute over water damage to a church, a Washington appeals panel held Dec. 31, reversing and remanding for a new trial (Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Co. v. Gregg Roofing Inc., No. 42940-3-II, Wash. App., Div. 2; 2013 Wash. App. LEXIS 2965).