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Feinberg v. Pfeiffer Co.

322 S.W.2d 163 (1959)

tl;dr: A woman was promised $200 a month in retirement by her employer, but after a few years of retirement the checks were reduced to $100. Despite the lack of consideration, the employer’s promise was enforceable because of her detrimental reliance.

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Facts:Anna Feinberg (plaintiff) sued Pfeiffer Co. (defendant) for breach of...

Holding:Pfeiffer contends that the contract is not enforceable because there...

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