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Bloor v. Falstaff Brewing Corp.

601 F.2d 609 (1979)

tl;dr: A brewery bought a failing brewery’s label and promised to promote its sales and give royalties, but instead sales substantially decreased. The acquiring brewery breached the contract because it did not use its best efforts to promote the brand.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:James Bloor (plaintiff), a representative of the P. Ballantine &...

Holding:Falstaff argues that it was not obligated to do anything...

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