Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Program: The First 5 Steps to Rolling Out

So, you want to roll out a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) program, but you have no idea where to start.

MAP Policy: 3 Huge Mistakes Companies Make

When a manufacturer drafts its MAP policy, one common fear is that the document will come across as too harsh, and that it..

Know Who Else Benefits from Your MAP Protection? The Consumer.

We write often at the TrackStreet blog about how a well-drafted and effectively enforced Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy..

How to Know if You Need to Hire a Minimum Advertised Price Professional

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How The Supreme Court Views Resale Pricing Law — and What it Means to You

If you had to explain the differences between a resale pricing policy that a court would deem perfectly legal, versus one that..

Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) or Minimum Resale Price (MRP)? Are You Using the Right Policy?

Businesses often approach us here at TrackStreet because they want help rolling out a “MAP policy.” That’s the term they hear..

How to Respond to Complaints from Resellers Who Catch Violations of Your Pricing Policy

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) January 22, 2018

If one of your reputable resellers spots another retailer openly violating your pricing policy — whether your company has a ..

Going After a MAP Violator? Watch Out for These Legal Pitfalls

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) January 17, 2018

You’ve got a MAP violator. Someone on your team just caught a retailer advertising one of your products online at far below..

Establishing Your MAP Price Levels? Avoid These Pitfalls

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) August 25, 2017

Establishing your Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) levels — the lowest prices you’re willing to let your resellers advertise..

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