I'm not really sure what you're looking for. However, I do have some comments about your proposed causes of action:
1. I assume this is a statutory claim. If so, then you need to identify the right to relief that arises under the statute, so that the judge knows exactly what you are alleging.
2. Massachusetts courts identify this claim as "Intentional Interference with Contract."
a. This is not a known cause of action, unless there is a right to relief granted by statute.
3. Fraud and Misrepresentation are synonymous, if the misrepresentation is intentional. You can use either "fraud," or "intentional misrepresentation."
a. Fraudulent concealment of a cause of action is not a valid cause of action in Massachusetts or anywhere else.
b. Fraudulent concealment is valid, and if that's what you're claiming then you don't need to use fraud or intentional misrepresentation. Just use "fraudulent concealment."
4. Negligence is valid on its own.
5. Duty of care is not a valid cause of action. It's an element of negligence (duty, breach, actual cause, proximate cause, damages).
6. Violation of civil rights is not sufficiently specific. There are many civil rights, and you need to expressly identify the right that you allege was violated.
7. Defamation is the general term for a false statement of reputation injuring fact, published to a third party and causing damages. Libel is defamation published in writing. Slander is oral defamation. Call it defamation -- or libel/slander, not both, unless you're alleging both.
8. This isn't a cause of action, either, it would be fraud, assuming that it was an intentional misrepresentation intended to induce justifiable, detrimental reliance and causing damages.
9. This may be "breach of fiduciary," or "professional negligence" (malpractice), if committed by a hospital or physician.
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