International Agency and Distribution Agreements
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This comprehensive treatise provides U.S. and foreign practitioners with the essential information needed to prepare and review distribution agency law & international sales. In one well-organized source, the author provides legal analysis and legislative background to guide a client through the international distribution agreement process accurately, efficiently, and authoritatively. The four volumes of the treatise are organized intuitively.
- Volume 1 provides expert analysis and commentary on common legal issues and practical advice, drafting advice and forms, and an Index so you can quickly find materials on a particular topic.
- Volume 2 provides primary law and analysis for Eastern and Western Europe and Scandinavia.
- Volume 3 provides primary law and analysis for Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
- Volume 4 provides primary law and analysis for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
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Table of contents
PART I. PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS
CHAPTER 1. Introduction
CHAPTER 2. The Decision to use Agents and Distributions Abroad
CHAPTER 3. Distinguishing Between Agents and Distributors
CHAPTER 4. Selecting Foreign Agents And Distributors
PART II. LEGAL ISSUES
CHAPTER 5. Local Law Issues
CHAPTER 6. Antitrust Aspects of Foreign Agency and Distribution Arrangements
CHAPTER 7. Tax Issues
CHAPTER 8. Intellectual Property Issues
CHAPTER 9. Other U.S. Legal Considerations
PART III. DRAFTING INTERNATIONAL AGENCY AND DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS
CHAPTER 10. International Commercial Agreements Generally
CHAPTER 11. Standard Clauses in International Agency and Distribution Agreements
PART IV. APPENDICES
PART V. LOCAL LAWS GOVERNING USE AND TERMINATION OF AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS
PART V. (Continued)
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PART V. (Continued)