The Superior Court of the State of California (County of Alameda) challenges minimum resale price maintenance as per se illegal (DermaQuest)

In the 2007 Leegin Creative Leather v. PSKS case, the Supreme Court held that, under the federal antitrust laws, minimum vertical resale price fixing agreements are no longer per se illegal, but governed by the rule of reason, like maximum resale price fixing [1]. Antitrust observers were quick to point out that over 30 states had laws that would continue to treat these kinds of agreements as per se illegal. A February 2010 settlement by the California

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Jeffrey A. LeVee, Margaret A. Ward, The Superior Court of the State of California (County of Alameda) challenges minimum resale price maintenance as per se illegal (DermaQuest), 23 February 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin Vertical restrictions, Art. N° 33707

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