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The European Law of Commercial Agency 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781841138503
Previous Edition ISBN: 1841131563
Published: September 2010
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £170.00

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Previously know as Guide to the Commercial Agents' Regulations This is the third edition of the leading work on European commercial agency, by two practising lawyers who have been involved in many of the leading cases since the adoption of the European Directive on self employed commercial agents.

Since the previous edition there have been a string of important cases which have helped to clarify previously confused issues but even now some of the case law remains unsatisfactory.

In this third edition of their work, Randolph and Davey have once again drawn out the consistent threads in the case law to predict the likely approach of the courts, both at UK and EU level, to those issues which still remain undecided. The approach adopted in the earlier editions of tackling difficult issues head on and suggesting practical answers to practitioners has once again been carried through into the third edition.

As well as including references to all the relevant cases in the text, the work now includes a new chapter on the valuation of businesses by Dr Ruth Bender of the Cranfield School of Management, as well as an up to date version of the chapter on French law by Dr Severine Saintier of Liverpool University.

These two chapters are particularly helpful given the importance of business valuation to the way recent cases have been decided and the willingness of many judges to take into account the approach in other Member States in applying the Regulations.

Commercial Law
1. Introduction, Trends and Emerging Issues
2. Th e European Dimension
3. Development of the Directive and the Regulations
4. Choice of Law and Scope of the Regulations
5. Regulation 2(1): Commercial Agents
6. Regulations 2(2)-2(5): Commercial Agents Outside the Scope of the Regulations
7. Regulations 3, 4 and 5: Rights and Obligations of Agent and Principal
8. Regulations 6-12: Remuneration of the Agent
9. Regulations 13-20: Conclusion and Termination of the Agency Contract
10. Commercial Agency Law in Germany
11. Commercial Agency Law in France
12. Valuation