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4 October 2021
Successful Launch Distribution Law Center

On 4 October 2021 the platform of the Distribution Law Center was launched successfully. With the assistance of specialized teams of no less than 27 jurisdictions, the platform offers access to hands on information on both EU and national law on agency and distribution relationships.

The contributors for these 27 jurisdictions are specialized teams from the following law firms: Arntzen De Besche, Arnecke Sibeth, Banning, Cederquist, Chrysses Demetriades & Co, CMS Francis Lefebvre, contrast, Delchev & Partners, Dittmar & Indrenius, Divjak Topic Bahtijarevic & Krka, E+H Eisenberger + Herzog, Eversheds, Havel & Partners, Horten, Kyriakides Georgopoulous, Modzelewska & Pásnik, Musat & Asociatii, Pavia e Ansaldo, Pérez-Llorca, Philippe & partners, SBGK, Šelih & partnerji, SRS and TGS Baltic.

The Distribution Law Center is ambitious and hopes to become the “go to” platform for information on important developments regarding agency and distribution.

While the start is confined to the European Economic Area (EEA), the Distribution Law Center has already received signs of interest from non-EEA jurisdictions. It is therefore to be expected that, in the foreseeable future, additional jurisdictions will be covered which can only enhance the relevance and usefulness of the Distribution Law Center.

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