Giving quick effect to the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent business-friendly antitrust ruling, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a suit brought by a beauty supplies company that said it was the victim of a “group boycott” by distributors of so-called “salon-only” products.

In its 20-page opinion in Cosmetic Gallery Inc. v. Schoeneman Corp., a unanimous three-judge panel found that the plaintiff failed to show the existence of a group boycott because its evidence “falls short of excluding the possibility that the distributors acted independently.”

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