Shepherd and Wedderburn advises John Lewis in CMA sports-bra pricing investigation
Shepherd and Wedderburn’s competition team, led by John Schmidt, has advised high-street retailer John Lewis in an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into allegations that the price of sports bras was pushed up by a lingerie maker and three department stores.
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