The German Federal Court of Justice holds that a health insurer does not violate the vertical price fixing prohibition by agreeing with care providers on fixed prices for the services that the care providers render to insured patients (Zahnersatz aus Manila)

Description of the impugned case The Court states that the health insurer's fixing prices for certain dental services provided to insured patients does not constitute an unlawful vertical price fixing agreement due to the fact

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Daniela Seeliger, The German Federal Court of Justice holds that a health insurer does not violate the vertical price fixing prohibition by agreeing with care providers on fixed prices for the services that the care providers render to insured patients (Zahnersatz aus Manila), 14 March 2000, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2000, Art. N° 31720

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