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The final revised VBER is planned to enter into force on 1 June 2022. Did you know that the Distribution Law Center is already counting down?


Read the DLC Countdown newsletters on the changes to be expected: HERE.


Translations are available in Czech, CroatianDanishPortuguese, RomanianSlovak, Spanish and Swedish on the pages of our national contributors.

Mission statement

Become the “go to” source of legal information pertaining to vertical agreements for legal practitioners, academia and students.

What is DLC

What is DLC

The Distribution Law Center is an exciting project in the field of distribution law driven by the Brussels-based law firm contrast. It operates as the practitioner’s one-stop shop for relevant information and access to specialists in the field. The Distribution Law Center centralizes expertise and monitors the latest developments. It accomplishes its mission by means of a handy internet-based platform and targeted activities.

Who is DLC

The Distribution Law Center is a knowledge platform supported by a network of specialists. The Distribution Law Center is proud to rely on the contribution of law firms of no less than 27 countries. Each law firm has designated a specialized team to provide relevant content. The contributing law firms are: Arntzen De Besche, Arnecke Sibeth, Banning, Cederquist, Chrysses Demetriades & Co, CMS Francis Lefebvre, contrast, Delchev & Partners, Dittmar & Indrenius, Divjak Topic Bahtijarevic & Krka, Eisenberger + Herzog, Eversheds, Havel & Partners, Horten, Kyriakides Georgopoulous, Modzelewska & Pásnik, Musat & Asociatii, Pavia e Ansaldo, Pérez-Llorca, Philippe & partners, SBGK, Šelih & partnerji, SRS and TGS Baltic.

Who is DLC

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Meet the contributing offices

Hover over a country and click to see the office.

Germany

Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

Norway

Arntzen de Besche

The Netherlands

Banning

Sweden

Cederquist

Cyprus

Chrysses Demetriades & Co

France

CMS Francis Lefebvre

Belgium

contrast

Europe

contrast

Bulgaria

Delchev & Partners

Finland

Dittmar & Indrenius

Croatia

Divjak Topić Bahtijarević & Krka

All jurisdictions

DLC

Austria

Eisenberger + Herzog

United Kingdom

Eversheds Sutherland

Czech Republic

Havel & Partners Czech Republic

Slovakia

Havel & Partners Slovakia

Denmark

Horten

Greece

Kyriakides Georgopoulos

Poland

Modzelewska & Paśnik

Romania

Mușat & Asociații

Italy

Pavia e Ansaldo

Spain

Pérez-Llorca

Luxembourg

Philippe & partners

Hungary

SBGK

Slovenia

Šelih & partnerji

Portugal

SRS

Estonia

TGS Baltic Estonia

Latvia

TGS Baltic Latvia

Lithuania

TGS Baltic Lithuania

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