Commercial and Distribution Law

You can rely on our advice – from standard agreements to complex distribution models, we deliver custom solutions.

Companies generate revenue through the sale of goods and services. This requires sound legal contracts. There are often special overall conditions to consider in this area.

We advise you in all areas of contract law, distribution law and commercial law. You can rely on our thorough knowledge and extensive experience in numerous industries.

Trade is never out of fashion. Distribution is timeless – classical yet modern.

Specialised expertise for your project

We advise our clients in all matters relating to the sale of goods and the provision of services, both domestic and internationally. This ranges from setting up agreements for commercial agents and distributors to the development of franchise models.

In addition to matters of general contract law, general terms and conditions as well as intellectual property law, matters of unfair competition law, antitrust law and IT are becoming increasingly important.

Rely on GÖRG's specialists in distribution law

GÖRG's distribution law specialists have many years of experience not only in preparing and implementing distribution agreements but also in enforcing these agreements before courts and arbitral tribunals in Germany and abroad.

As part of dispute resolution, we provide our clients with professional advice, for instance regarding the validity of a termination of a distribution agreement and the existence and calculation of potential indemnity and damage claims.

Our advisory specialisations

  • Domestic and international distribution law
  • Designing distribution structures
  • Distribution systems
  • Commercial agency agreements
  • Distribution agreements
  • Franchise models
  • Licence agreements
  • Commission claims
  • Termination and contract settlement
  • Indemnity and damage claims
  • Non-compete and antitrust matters
  • Support during contract negotiations

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