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Eastern Dental Corp. v. Isaac Masel Co.
Citation:United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1980. 502 F. Supp. 1354.
Eastern Dental Corporation (Plaintiff) entered into an oral agreement with Isaac Masel Company (Defendant), a manufacturer of dental products, to purchase defendant’s dental products which were to be manufactured at a wholesale price, and then resold by plaintiff under its own label. The parties had a 4 year relationship, operating without a written agreement, and instead doing business solely through invoices and statements. Plaintiff began to receive complaints from customers about defendant’s products. Plaintiff proceeded to send defendant a letter that it was terminating the parties relationship.
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