Monthly Archives: January 2023
Does Minimum Advertised Price Violate Antitrust Laws?
Manufacturers or suppliers sell or license products to distributors, who in turn sell products to consumers. As part of a distribution agreement, manufacturers can require distributors to adhere to certain policies and practices. These requirements may serve to protect the company’s brand image–certain products cannot be marketed in certain ways, such as selling kids’… Read More »
Tying the Sales of Two Products: Do Antitrust Laws Prohibit This?
If you go to the pharmacy to buy some Nyquil, you might see it packaged with Dayquil as well. If you go to buy a household cleaning product, you might find it packaged together with a scrubbing sponge. Packages like these might be a convenience and cost savings to the consumer, but what if… Read More »
The Kalfayan law Firm, APC and The Katriel Law Firm, PC are jointly investigating claims on behalf of consumers related to Colgate Optic White Renewal toothpaste as to whether representations made on the packaging label were false and or misleading. The packaging of Colgate Optic White Renewal toothpaste prominently contains the following representation: “Removes… Read More »