The Superior Court of the State of California issues a decision on resale price maintenance in cosmetic sector applying the per se rule (Bioelements)

New York’s Challenge To Mattress Maker’s Resale Pricing Policy Fails* The State of New York was not entitled to an order enjoining mattress manufacturer Tempur-Pedic International, Inc. from restricting discounting by its authorized retailers, a New York state court has ruled. The New York Attorney General alleged that Tempur-Pedic violated New York General Business Law Sec. 369-a, which renders minimum resale price agreements unenforceable. These alleged violations, according to the state, constituted repeated and persistent illegal and fraudulent conduct in violation of New York Executive Law Sec. 63(12), which permits the state attorney general to seek an order enjoining such acts. The state’s investigation into Tempur-Pedic’s retail pricing policies began after the attorney general

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Jeffrey May, The Superior Court of the State of California issues a decision on resale price maintenance in cosmetic sector applying the per se rule (Bioelements), 11 January 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin Vertical restrictions, Art. N° 35893

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