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European Distribution Law

A Commentary

Editor(s): Eckhard Flohr, Michael Martinek
Media of European Distribution Law
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Published: 18-03-2020
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 1500
ISBN: 9781849461931
Imprint: Beck/Hart
Dimensions: 240 x 169 mm
RRP : £320.00
 

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About European Distribution Law

This handbook covers the European law of distribution, that is, the European primary and secondary legislation, the leading decisions of the European Courts and Supreme Courts of the European Member States, and the common principles of European or international distribution law. The national laws of distribution are covered in so far as they illustrate the implementation of European law, or when they are of outstanding importance for the distribution practice within the European Union. The focus is on supranational EU law relevant for distribution and services, constituting the acquis communitaire in the Member States.
The book is divided into two parts. The first part covers sales agency agreements, general good faith principles, competition law, unfair competition, consumer protection law, distribution law and labour law, electronic distribution, conflicts of law, alternative dispute resolution and aspects of taxation concerning distribution. The second part looks at distribution agreements in detail, including commercial distribution agreements, distribution agreements, franchise agreements, financial services and licence and merchandising agreements.

Table Of Contents

Contributors: Dr Tom Billing, Berlin, Professsor Annie Bottiau, Lille, Professor Pedro Bueso Gullén, Zaragoza, Andreas Fernlund, Stockholm, Dr Felix Klopmeier, Dusseldorf, Dr Fabielle Kutscher-Puis, Dusseldorf, Professor Françoir-Xavier Licari, Strasbourg, Dr Karsten Metzlaff, Berlin, Dr Sibille Nagel, Munich, John Pratt, Birmingham, Dr Michael Reiling, Munich, Albrecht Schulz, Stuttgart, Professor Jörg Semler, Stuttgart, Werner Stuffer, Munich, Professor Thomas Tegen, Hamburg, Christian Treumann, Erfurt, Professor Rolf Wank, Bochum, Dr A. Dominik Wendel, Frankfurt/ Main, Dr Daniel Weigert, Mannheim, Dr Christoph Wildhaber, Zurich

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