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The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business

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Case 16 Case 16-1 (Chapter 16, p. 488) LEEGIN CREATIVE LEATHER PRODUCTS, INC. v. PSKS, INC. 127 S. Ct. 2705 (2007) FACTS: Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. designs, manufactures, and distributes leather goods and accessories. Leegin sells belts under the brand name “Brighton.” To ensure a favorable shopping experience for its retail customers, Leegin sells to independent, small boutiques and specialty stores. Further, Leegin instituted the “Brighton Retail Pricing and Promotion Policy.” This policy creates minimum prices for Brighton belts, and Leegin refuses to sell to any retailer who discounts Brighton goods below the suggested prices. PSKS, Inc. operates Kay’s Kloset in Lewisville, Texas. Kay’s Kloset originally agreed to the “Brighton Policy” and was successful in selling Brighton products. Later, Kay’s Kloset began marking down these products to compete with nearby retailers. When Leegin learned of these excessive discounts, it stopped selling to Kay’s Kloset. Having lost this line of belts and the resulting income, PSKS, Inc. sued Leegin
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