IGC Dorel Accused Of Fixing Price Of Bertini Strollers

Law360, New York (July 26, 2010, 2:46 PM EDT) -- The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accused baby products maker IGC Dorel of forcing retailers to sell Bertini-brand strollers at fixed prices.

The agency, which is tasked with enforcing Australia's fair trade and competition laws, announced Friday that it is bringing a case in the Federal Court of Australia against the West Sunshine-based IGC Dorel seeking penalties and injunctive relief.

The agency also said it believes IGC Dorel CEO Robert Berchik was aware of the company's allegedly illegal conduct.

It said it is seeking a...
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