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Commercial Law, Distribution and Restrictive Practices

The framework of relations between professionals and with consumers generates increasingly complex regulations and a significant strengthening of the sanctions and powers of the administrative control authorities.

To best respond to the multiple issues posed by this constantly evolving legal environment, our team advises and assists our clients before the courts or administrative authorities, particularly in relation to:

  • the preparation of your distribution policy (supply and/or exclusive distribution contracts, sales commission contracts, etc.);
  • compliance with billing rules, sales conditions or payment deadlines;
  • restrictive or unfair commercial practices: significant imbalance, breakdown in established commercial relations, unfair competition, etc.;
  • contracts: litigation cases involving the breakdown of negotiations, performance, non-performance or breach of contracts (distribution, supply, provision of services, etc.);
  • relating to failure to comply with invoicing rules, sales conditions or payment deadlines;
  • restrictive practices: significant imbalance between suppliers and distributors, sudden breakdown in established commercial relations, etc.;
  • unfair competition: disputes relating to the breach of non-competition clauses, appropriation of know-how, poaching and soliciting of clients, parasitism.