DocMorris is again defeated in the dispute over medication from vending machines

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MANNHEIM (dpa-AFX) – According to a court ruling, the Dutch mail-order pharmacy DocMorris is not allowed to use a vending machine to place pharmacy-only drugs on the market. With its decision published on Thursday, the Administrative Court of Baden-Württemberg (VGH) declared a ban on this sales model by the Karlsruhe Regional Council to be lawful. The Mannheim judges rejected the appointment of the Swiss Zur Rose Group belonging company against a decision of the Administrative Court in Karlsruhe.

The Federal Court of Justice had already confirmed the ban on pharmacy vending machines in competition law proceedings last year. The VGH now decided on the prohibition of the vending machine issued by the regional council, and thus on the administrative strand of the case.


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