Landmark Supreme Court decision confirms key aspects of NZ price fixing prohibition

Monday 20 April 2020

Author: Torrin Crowther

​The Supreme Court has confirmed key aspects of the price fixing prohibition in New Zealand.

In Lodge Real Estate Limited v Commerce Commission​ proceedings were taken by the Commerce Commission against two agencies alleged to be controlling prices in breach of the Commerce Act 1986. 

In this update we discuss the four key findings from the case.

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  • Torrin Crowther

    Partner Auckland
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    Partner Wellington
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