Former Rolls parts outlet gets 2nd try at price suit

Freedman, Eric
July 1998
Automotive News;7/27/1998, Vol. 72 Issue 5777, p28
Trade Publication
Reports that a lawsuit by a former authorized parts and service outlet for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Inc., has been reinstated by a federal appeals court in New York. Reason for the lawsuit; What the reinstatement means for Rolls-Royce; Identification of the service outlet; In-depth look at the lawsuit.


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