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User Info DESTROY EVERYTHING Bezos Touches (and not just Bezos); entered at 2017-11-29 15:23:37
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Registered: 2007-06-26
I would think it would be a function of what kind of contract you signed with Amazon in order to be listed and/or use their fulfillment services. I wonder if someone with standing could file based on the terms inherent in that contract.

Not really.

There's an implied duty of fair dealing and that would include not violating the Sherman Act, along with not interfering with your supplier relationships.

You don't need a specific contract clause for this; it's implied. If I agree to sell your stuff it's implied that I won't use my ability to get my hands on your gear to figure out where you got it from and then go after your suppliers, destroying your business.
2017-11-29 15:23:37