MILLER¨CTYDINGS ACT

MILLER¨CTYDINGS ACT

Miller¨CTydings Act. A federal law, enacted in 1937 as an amendment to the Sherman Act, exempting fair-trade laws from the application of the Sherman Act and legalizing resale-price-maintenance agreements between producers and retailers of products. ? The Act was repealed by the Consumer Goods Pricing Act of 1975.
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