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A distribution agreement is a legal agreement between a supplier of goods and a distributor of goods. Distribution agreements can fall foul of both UK and EC competition law and care should therefore be taken with their drafting. This briefing note summarises some of the key considerations which need to be addressed when preparing a distribution agreement.
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- EU Competition Law: An Analytical Guide to the Leading Cases: Ariel Ezrachi: Hart Publishing.
There are several different types of distribution agreement. The following are some of the more common examples:.
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In the UK two sets of competition rules apply. Anti-competitive behaviour which may affect trade within the UK is specifically prohibited by the Competition Act and the Enterprise Act and where the effect of the anti-competitive behaviour extends beyond the UK to other EU member states, it is prohibited by Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty.
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