The "Drafting and Negotiating International Agency and Distribution Agreements" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This two-day interactive course is targeted at those who draft, negotiate and advise on international commercial agreements, and cross-border transactions.
This course reviews the sale of goods, the appointment of distributors and agents, as well as the licensing of intellectual property rights within the context of an international contract.
This seminar is not jurisdiction specific, and is as such ideal for individuals working in international practice.
Day one of this seminar will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the main international legal instruments governing international contracts, the sale of goods, trade terms, documentary sale and letter of credit. Moreover cross-jurisdictional concerns will be explored generally and, in particular, the allocation of jurisdiction, choice of law, and the recognition and enforcement of judgments. We will look at the new Brussels Regulation (in force from 2015), the Hague Convention 2005 (in force from 2015), Incoterms 2010, and the UCP 600 (Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits).
Day two of this seminar will provide delegates with the requisite knowledge, and skills that they need to negotiate, and draft international commercial deals generally, and specifically sales, distribution and agency agreements.
Practical Interactive Learning Style: This programme incorporates a balanced mix of theory, group exercises, discussion and workshops. The practical exercises will help you apply the law to actual fact patterns. The agreement-specific workshops give delegates an opportunity to discuss the commercial concerns, and legal implications relevant to international commercial agreements.
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rzpmzn/2day_seminar?w=4
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Related Topics: Commercial Law