The title of that once popular tune may soon be changed to "I Can't Get It For You Wholesale." During the last two years the legislatures of four states have passed laws making it unlawful for employers, either individuals, corporations, or other associations, to sell merchandise or other products to their employees unless these articles were actually manufactured by the employer or sold by him in the regular course of his business. It is the purpose of this comment to discuss the need and advisability of such legislation, the statutes which have been enacted, and their enforcement and constitutionality.
Jay W. Sorge,
TRADE RESTRAINTS - UNLAWFUL TRADE STATUTES - SALES BY EMPLOYERS TO EMPLOYEES OF GOODS NOT HANDLED IN REGULAR COURSE OF BUSINESS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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