Droit de la Distribution Séléctive (ed.2), Louis VOGEL and Joseph VOGEL

Louis Vogel, Joseph Vogel

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The Law of Selective Distribution sets out, in a comparative perspective, all the European and French rules applicable in this area: legality of the network, protection of the network against third parties, relations between the parties.

Based on case law, legislation and regulations, the book allows the reader to understand the disparate and complex rules and to foresee their interactions and evolution.

The book is intended for legal professionals, academics and students.

- A clear doctrine that can be easily used by the practitioner.
- The analysis of specialists in the field.
- Numerous references to doctrine and case law.
- All the European and French texts applicable to selective distribution law.

Authors

  • Vogel & Vogel (Paris)
  • Vogel & Vogel (Paris)

Quotation

Louis Vogel, Joseph Vogel, Droit de la Distribution Séléctive (ed.2), Louis VOGEL and Joseph VOGEL, February 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 102503

Publisher Bruylant

Date 9 October 2020

Number of pages 302

ISBN 9782802768043

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