After a contractual business relationship between a gas supplier, Suburban Propane (Suburban) and a gas retailer, Proctor Gas, Inc. (Proctor) came apart, Suburban sued in the United States District Court for the District of Vermont (Lee P. Gagliardi, Judge), for breach of contract and interference with its business relations. Proctor counterclaimed, asserting antitrust violations, breach of contract and interference with its business relations.
On appeal following a jury trial, we agree with Proctor that the district court's damage award in favor of Suburban on its contract claim cannot be sustained. In all other respects, we affirm the district court's judgments dismissing and denying all other claims and counterclaims.
*Judge Miner's dissent begins on page 789
Miner '56, Roger J., "Suburban Propane v. Proctor Gas, Inc., 953 F. 2d 780 - Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 1992" (1992). Circuit Court Opinions. 322.