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Practical Tips for Maintaining Online Minimum Advertised Pricing Policies and Avoiding Antitrust Issues

USA - October 10 2016 E-commerce has fundamentally changed consumer behavior. Prior to the internet, great deals were normally had by only the most savvy of customers. Now…

Whitney C. Gibson, Kenneth J. Rubin

Going Green? Be Careful - It’s a Jungle Out There!

USA - February 2 2016 Allegations of “greenwashing”—generally defined as “the practice of making an unsubstantiated or misleading claim about the environmental benefits of…

Steven A. Chang

California Holds Amazon Can Be Liable To Consumers Injured By 3P Sellers

USA - April 29 2021 As Amazon continues to grow, more questions have been raised about whether it can be liable for the acts of its 3P sellers, such as selling defective…

Martha Brewer Motley

Practical Guidelines for Retailers Seeking to Avoid E-Commerce Marketing Class Actions

USA - April 11 2016 Everyone loves a good deal—especially one discovered from the comfort of their own home. It comes as no surprise, then, that retailers that have seen…

Steven A. Chang

Amazon Deletes Pricing Parity Provision from Contracts with Third-Party Marketplace Sellers

USA - March 14 2019 Amazon.com amended its agreements with third-party marketplace sellers to remove its pricing parity clause—indicating that Amazon no longer will…