Restrictions on Selective Distribution Systems on the Internet

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Fryderyk Hoffmann, Oct 29, 2014

The growing significance of the internet as a channel of distribution has made it the subject of increasing scrutiny from both competition authorities and courts across the EU. This is, in particular, the case for various forms of restrictions of distribution through the internet. This article considers the stance of competition authorities, including the European Commission, the German Federal Cartel Office, and the U.K. Office of Fair Trading (recently replaced by the Competition and Marke

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