A retailer advised one of its suppliers that it ought to increase inventory because business was expected to increase significantly. Business did increase for the retailer but it decided to use a different supplier for the increased inventory. The original supplier sued the retailer alleging that he relied on the retailer’s promise of more business and suffered damages as a result of having relied on that promise. The matter was eventually settled for $500,000.

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