Fiona Schaeffer


  • Thursday, November 1, 2007
    This is the second half of an examination, begun in last month's issue, of the Supreme Court's recent rejection in the Leegin case of its 96-year-old rule against resale price maintenance ("RPM"). In this installment, the authors assess the potential practical ramifications of the decision in the U.S., as well as overseas attitudes concerning RPM.