No Ban On Utah Contact Lens Pricing, 10th Circ. Hears

Law360, New York (July 24, 2015, 7:02 PM EDT) -- LD Vision Group urged the Tenth Circuit Thursday to uphold a lower court's refusal to issue a preliminary injunction that would have prevented enforcement of a Utah state law banning contact lens manufacturers' unilateral pricing agreements, saying not every possible application of the law would be unconstitutional.

In an amicus brief, LD Vision said the appellate court should let stand U.S.  District Judge Dee Benson's denial of an injunction request to pause Utah's 58-16a-905.1 amendment to the Contact Lens Consumer Protection Act, which would enable contact lens sellers to offer discount lenses across state lines. The ruling is being appealed by...

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