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Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon

118 N.E. 214 (1917)

tl;dr: A tastemaker granted the plaintiff exclusive authority to lend her endorsement to clothing designs, but then made endorsements without his knowledge. Their contract was enforceable because, although he made no explicit promise, one was fairly implied.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Wood (plaintiff) sued Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon (defendant) for breach of...

Holding:It is true that Wood did not make an explicit...

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