The legal treatment of RPM has stirred up controversy in the USA and the EU for a long time. The U.S. Supreme Court overruled in its 2007 Leegin decision a long standing precedent and decided to no longer apply a per-se prohibition to RPM agreements. Nowadays a rule of reason analysis applies to RPM and vertical non-price agreements alike. However, it remains to be seen what the rule of reason approach to RPM actually entails. On the EU-level a more restrictive approach is currently applied to RPM agreements. This work assesses if and to what degree the post-Leegin development should be an impetus to re-evaluate EU competition law on RPM.