*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – Const. conc. dec. no. 08-D-25 of 29 October 2008 on practices implemented in the distribution sector of cosmetic and personal hygiene products sold on pharmaceutical advice A year and a half after its decision 07-D-07 of March 8, 2007 at the end of which many cosmetics laboratories had undertaken to put an end to the ban on reselling their products on the Internet, the Council adopted its decision against the only laboratory which was reckless enough or sure of its position to have refused to take the commitment route and wished to benefit from all the guarantees of the "long" litigation route. On analysis, the October 2008 decision extends and develops
CASE COMMENT: COSMETIC PRODUCTS - SELECTIVE DISTRIBUTION - PROHIBITION OF INTERNET SALES
Selective distribution - Internet: The French Competition Council challenges the restrictions imposed by the Pierre Fabre group on internet sales by its distribution network and orders to amend the contracts (Pierre Fabre)
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