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A recent government media release recommended that franchisors and franchisees should renegotiate fees during COVID-19.
Holman Webb
Small business franchisees who are part of a dynamic and agile franchise system may be better off than going it alone.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Both franchisees & franchisors must understand their rights, particularly regarding increases in rent and refurbishment costs.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article discusses franchises & offers some suggestions including 10 terms that a franchisee should look for in their agreement.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Find out how it went wrong for Geowash and what you should be aware of when communicating with a prospective franchisee.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article highlights the importance of updating the Disclosure Document, reviewing IP and any leases & licences.
McMillan LLP
Business closures arising from the COVID-19 outbreak have wreaked havoc on the franchise industry. While restrictions are expected to be relaxed...
The employees (both of the franchisees and of the franchisor) of a franchise network are one of its most invaluable asset.
McKercher LLP
When you stop in the morning to get a coffee at a local fast food drive-thru, chances are you are dealing with a business that is part of a national franchise network.
Torkin Manes LLP
Courts had previously held that the notice of rescission had to be delivered prior to the franchisee commencing a lawsuit against the franchisor.
Arising from the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the entire world, various governments in Canada have issued orders extending deadlines and limitation periods
We at Cassels, and many in the Canadian franchise law bar, have long taken the position that any negotiated release of an existing and known claim under the Arthur Wishart Act (Franchise Disclosure)
In 2352392 Ontario v. MSI,1 the Court of Appeal for Ontario held that, in the specific circumstances of the case, a third party claim brought by a franchisee
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the Court) highlights the risks for franchisors and principals of franchisors for failure
IPO Pang Xingpu
Clients often ask, why do they need to register their trademarks in the People's Republic of China (Mainland China), and how can they use them in the business? Mainland China adopts the...
IPO Pang Xingpu
First identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China's Hubei province, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) spread throughout the world within the weeks that followed. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic...
Khaitan & Co
The Budget 2020 had to play a balancing act in addressing the global economic slowdown while restoring hope of a previously promised 5 trillion economy.
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (‘MDTCA') has issued a set of revised guidelines called the Guidelines on Foreign Participation in Distributive Trade Services in Malaysia 2020
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
In our current economic clime with the growth of consumerism, markets for goods and services have become increasingly globalised with the coming of age of information technology.
STA Law Firm
Cross border transactions continue to evolve, and businesses within the Middle East continue to witness substantial growth. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) continues to prosper due to foreign...
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