THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS (1980)
The United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (1980) has been adopted by Israel, and now governs sales of goods made (a) on the basis of 'spot sales' between Israeli companies and companies in other signatory countries, and (b) pursuant to contracts that designate the law of a signatory country as the governing law of the contract.
There are more than 50 countries that are signatories to the Convention, including the U.S. and most of the countries of Europe, South America, and the Far East. If you are engaged in any form of international sales of goods -- whether selling your goods abroad or sourcing goods from foreign suppliers -- the Convention probably APPLIES, and thus is quite relevant to your business.
Jeff Lahav, Adv. is now conducting an "interactive 3 hour seminar" that
reviews the scope and provisions of the Convention,
how it can affect YOUR BUSINESS,
what are the advantages and disadvantages of working under the Convention, and
when and how to avoid its application.
Please give us a call or send us an e-mail to get more details and arrange to have the seminar conducted at your company.
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