ZEELAND, MI – Office furniture manufacturer Herman Miller has reached a settlement agreement with the New York Attorney General , on all matters related to an inquiry led by the NYAG of the Minimum Advertised Price Program maintained by Herman Miller for the home division. 

In addition to the NYAG, the states of Michigan and Illinois also took part in the investigation and settlement. The settlement applies only to the company’s home division and prohibits Herman Miller for the Home from entering into agreements with its retail distributors relating to the Minimum Advertised Price Program until Dec. 31, 2010. 

The company also agreed to pay $750,000 to be divided between the states of New York, Michigan and Illinois. 

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