WASHINGTON — Discounters and off-price retailers scored a major victory Tuesday when the Supreme Court handed down a decision that permits the purchase of foreign-made goods abroad and their subsequent resale online or in U.S. stores.
The High Court’s decision essentially upholds a retailer’s right to buy authentic products from middlemen or distributors abroad and resell them at lower prices in the U.S., a common practice among retailers in the secondary market, under existing American copyright law.
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