The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection fines one company for resale price maintenance on the ski equipment and accessories market (Sport & Freizeit)

On 31 December 2013, the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (hereinafter “the OCCP President”) issued a decision concerning minimum resale price maintenance practices on the market of ski equipment and accessories in Poland (Decision No. DOK – 7/2013). Although the OCCP President established that several distributors were involved in the illegal practices that lasted almost seven years, the decision was addressed to Sport & Freizeit, a representative of the Fischer brand in Poland, and its distributor, Intersport Polska. According to the OCCP President, Sport & Freizeit concluded with its distributors agreements which obliged them to resell Fischer products at retail prices suggested by Sport & Freizeit and not to

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  • WKB Wiercinski Kwiecinski Baehr (Poznan)
  • WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr (Warsaw)

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Aleksander Stawicki, Emilia Wardęga, The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection fines one company for resale price maintenance on the ski equipment and accessories market (Sport & Freizeit), 31 December 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2013, Art. N° 66906

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