ECJ’s Coty decision a major win for luxury brands but question marks remain for other sectors
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its much-anticipated Coty judgment this week, and ruled that brand owners may restrict the online sales of their products through third-party platforms without breaching EU competition law. The ruling has been hailed as a major win for luxury brand owners, but the question still remains on if it will help other sectors.
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