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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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International Commercial Agency and Distribution Agreements: Case Law and Contract Clauses 2nd ed isbn 9789041169075

International Commercial Agency and Distribution Agreements: Case Law and Contract Clauses

Edited by: Cristelle Albaric, Marianne Dickstein

ISBN13: 9789041126252
New Edition ISBN: 9789041169075
Published: May 2011
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardcover
Price: Out of print

An increase in the volume of cross-border business has created a demand for information on different areas of commercial law in a range of jurisdictions. Agreements which are not correctly drafted can lead to a fine under competition legislation or claims by agents or distribution companies.

As companies aim to sell products and services in new markets, there is a growing need for advice on agency and distribution agreements in strategically important countries.

This book is a practical guide to drafting and negotiating agency, distribution and franchising agreements. It consists of chapters on different jurisdictions, written by a local firm. Each jurisdiction has been chosen based on a report on foreign investment by the UN Commission on Trade and Development. The focus is on practical content, including charts and contract clauses.

Commercial Law
Part I. Argentina
Part II. Austria p
Part III. Belgium
Part IV. China
Part V. Denmark
Part VI. Finland
Part VII. France
Part VIII. Germany
Part IX. Greece
Part X. Hungary
Part XI. India
Part XII. Ireland
Part XIII. Italy
Part XIV. The Netherlands
Part XV. Spain
Part XVI. Switzerland
Part XVII. Turkey.