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Online retail: the changing landscape and ramifications for competition policy

2nd December 2008

How is online retailing changing the competitive landscape? Do high-end retailers face a threat from online sales by rivals, free-riding on their brand, or is the Internet a way of promoting products, which are then purchased in-store or online? In the 21st century, how appropriate are competition laws which permit selective distribution restraints, which prohibit or limit online sales? Or is this protection needed more than ever? Does the Internet provide opportunities - not just threats - for the EBays of the online world and the YSLs and Guccis of the traditional, high end world?

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Solicitors and barristers may claim 3 CPD hours through attendance at this event.

This event will be followed by a reception.

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