Distribution Arrangements and the ADLSI Distribution Agreement – Delivering the Details (On Demand)

Recorded Webinar 1 CPD Hr
At your desk or on your portable device

The use of independent distributors is one of the most widely used methods for distributing goods and services. This On Demand webinar focuses on distribution arrangements generally before introducing the new ADLSI Distribution Agreement. 

A sample copy of the ADLSI Distribution Agreement will be provided to all registrants to follow while hearing from our expert presenter who drafted it.

Learning Outcomes

Registrants will:

  • learn to identify key legal characteristics of an independent distributor arrangement and understand how an independent distributor relationship differs from an independent agency or franchising relationship;
  • gain insight into New Zealand law affecting distribution agreements;
  • understand core provisions of a domestic distribution agreement – viewed from both a supplier and Ddstributor perspective; and
  • become familiar with the ADLSI Distribution Agreement and understand when to use it, its main provisions and the differences between the ADLSI Distribution Agreement and international distribution agreements.

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Presenter


Jonathan Wood

Partner, Morrison Kent

Jonathan practices broadly in the corporate and commercial sector with a special interest in technology, licensing and international trade. 

Jonathan has extensive experience in the exportation and commercialisation of technology in international markets, international joint ventures, off-shore subsidiaries, off-shore contract manufacturing arrangements, and international licensing and distribution.

Jonathan rejoined Morrison Kent in 2006 after 10 years in the corporate sector as an executive director of a number of private companies and a publicly listed company.