Tannenbaum Helpern’s Andre R. Jaglom lends his distribution knowledge to the first edition of Getting the Deal Through – Distribution & Agency

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Law Business Research tapped Andre R. Jaglom, Tannenbaum Helpern’s distribution and franchise attorney with over three decades of experience, as contributing editor in developing and editing the first edition of Getting the Deal Through – Distribution & Agency 2015, covering the global distribution of goods and services in 17 jurisdictions.

Andre R. Jaglom

To bring goods and products to the global market effectively, companies need to focus on their business objectives, know their tolerance for risk and understand each target country’s culture, industry landscape and legal and regulatory environment.

Global distribution of goods and services is legally complex and depends greatly on the interrelationships among manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and commercial agents around the world. The movement of goods and services is governed by contracts negotiated by the parties involved and the country’s legal and regulatory environment where the goods and services are to be marketed. Law Business Research tapped Andre R. Jaglom, Tannenbaum Helpern’s distribution and franchise attorney with over three decades of experience, as contributing editor in developing and editing the volume as well as writing the global overview and the United States chapter of the book for its first edition of Getting the Deal Through – Distribution & Agency 2015. The volume covers key questions that businesses and their lawyers should ask when bringing goods and services to markets outside their home country.

“The global distribution and marketing of products in today’s economy raise a host of legal questions with different answers in each jurisdiction. Consolidation at all levels of distribution chains has created new forms of relationships between suppliers and distributors that raise legal issues that need to be resolved differently in different countries,” said Jaglom. “To bring goods and products to the global market effectively, companies need to focus on their business objectives, know their tolerance for risk and understand each target country’s culture, industry landscape and legal and regulatory environment, if they are to determine the best options for expanding their business.”

Jaglom also noted that businesses and distribution attorneys need to be aware that even within a jurisdiction, different industries have different customs and practices that have a practical effect on how distribution relationships are structured. For example, in the US, beer distributors share detailed data on their sales with their suppliers, while soft drink bottlers and distributors zealously guard their customer sales data.

Getting the Deal Though titles are published annually in a unique Q&A format covering the same key questions answered by leading practitioners in each jurisdiction featured. Getting the Deal Through provides international expert analysis in key areas of law, practice and regulation for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners and company directors and officers. Getting the Deal Through – Distribution & Agency 2015 features the following jurisdictions: Austria, Brazil, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Tannenbaum Helpern’s Franchising, Distribution and E-Commerce practice
Tannenbaum Helpern’s Franchising, Distribution and E-Commerce practice offers creative solutions to all types of distribution issues. We offer decades of experience in the global distribution of goods and services, including franchised systems, non-franchise distribution networks, licensing and e-commerce. Our clients do business in a wide variety of industries, from alcoholic beverages and soft drinks to pinball machines, from fragrances to computer software, and from restaurants to staffing services. Tannenbaum Helpern attorneys strive to understand the business objectives, industry structure, and management culture of each client before offering practical advice in an area as central to the business mission as distribution and marketing.

About Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP
Since 1978, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP has combined a powerful mix of insight, creativity, industry knowledge, senior talent and transaction expertise to successfully guide clients through periods of challenge and opportunity. Our mission is to deliver the highest quality legal services in a practical and efficient manner, bringing to bear the judgment, common sense and expertise of well trained, business minded lawyers. Through our commitment to service and successful results, Tannenbaum Helpern continues to earn the loyalty of our clients and a reputation for excellence. For more information, visit http://www.thsh.com or follow us on Twitter: @THSHLAW.

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Nancy Wu
Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP
212-702-3147
wu(at)thsh(dot)com

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