Competition/ Distribution/ Consumer Law

The development of the activities of a firm takes place through the arrangement of commercial contracts or partnerships, in particular on an international level.
It is essential to secure these relationships through contracts that reflect the way the firm operates and intended goals the firm sets itself.
Competition issues are often crucial.
Distribution
• General terms and conditions of sales
• Network of agents or exclusive resellers
• Franchises
• Supply
• Subcontracting
• Central purchasing and referencing center
• Unfair termination of business relationships
Competition
• Exclusivity or non-competition clauses
• Price fixing agreement/customer allocation agreement
• Consultations in connection with tenders
• Predatory pricing, tied selling
• Control of an essential facility
• Notification of M&A activity
• Terms of payment
• Prohibition of resale at a loss
Sales promotion and advertising, consumer law
• Sales
• Lotteries, gifts, coupons
• Misleading and comparative advertising
• Consumer information
• Unfair terms
• Distance sales and door-step selling

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