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The Directive on self employed commercial agents and the UK regulations springing from it, have resulted in a large amount of case law since the first edition of this work.
As Davey and Randolph predicted in the first edition, much of this case law is unsatifactory or self contraditory. They have attempted, in this second edition, to draw the consistent threads out of the case law to date and to predict the likely approach of the courts, both at UK and EU level, to those issues which still remain undecided.
As well as including references to all the relevant cases in the text, the work now includes chapters dealing specifically with the French and German law in this area, given that many judges have shown themselves willing to take into account the approach of other member states in applying the regulations, and given the uncertainty which has clearly reigned in many of those cases on exactly what French or German law says on the subject concerned.
Finally, there is a checklist of cases to date known to the authors, both published and unpublished.