Positive news for luxury brands as advocate general paves way for tighter control of online distribution
In an opinion on a case before the European Court of Justice, Advocate General Wahl has stated that a supplier of luxury goods may prohibit authorised retailers from selling its products on third-party platforms such as Amazon or eBay. If the opinion is followed by the court, it will significantly strengthen the ability of luxury brands to control the exclusivity and market placement of their products.
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