holding that once a publisher had undertaken reasonable initial promotional activities for a book including a first printing and an advertising campaign adequate to give the book a reasonable chance to succeed, any later decision to reduce advertising or decrease the number of books printed need only be "a good faith business judgment"Summary of this case from Trecom Business Systems, Inc. v. Prasad
April 16, 1984, OCTOBER TERM, 1983.
C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 717 F. 2d 671.