Leading Canadian
FRANCHISE & BUSINESS LAW FIRM

Franchise Lawyer Waterloo

Franchise Arbitration

The historic Waterloo is located in Southwestern region of Ontario. It has a population of over 98,000 with many locals of ethnic German descent and a strong Mennonite presence. Overall, the population is continually growing and becoming a more diversified landscape, changing to a collection of different backgrounds. Currently, the city has the fifth highest per capita immigrant population of all Canadian urban areas.

Waterloo has surged into a significant place over the years, due in part to its large role as a college town. With the development of its two major universities, it prospered their relationship between the Technology Sector, which in turn helped create an economic boom. The benefits propelled the growth of  many companies that currently dominate the Canadian landscape. The most famous example of the economic prosperity is the development of Blackberry, formerly Research In Motion. Alongside the many insurance companies located in the city.

The universities and colleges along with its thriving technology and electronics presence attract a large number of individuals from elsewhere in Canada and the world. With the city’s progressive growth, it  helped create a knowledge and service-based economy with significant insurance and high-tech sectors.

If you are a resident of Waterloo or the surrounding area and would like advice or assistance with a franchise dispute or a business dispute contact Ben Hanuka at (226) 240-2956.

Directions to Our Waterloo Office

22 King Street South, Suite 300, Waterloo, ON N2J 1N8

Our Waterloo office is located in Uptown Waterloo.  It is centrally located in the heart of Waterloo across from the Waterloo Public Square and on the route of the ION Light Rail Transit (LRT) coming soon to Kitchener-Waterloo.

2017-LR-Lawyer

2017-LR-Lawyer

Back

Franchise Law Blog

British Columbia Court Issues...

Posted by | 27 February 2019

In New Beginnings Early Learning (White Rock) Ltd. v. CEFA Systems Inc. Read More

Trademark licensee has no standing to...

Posted by | 6 February 2019

In Re Penske Truck Leasing Co., LP. Read More

Court Refuses Franchisor to Split Case...

Posted by | 28 January 2019

Author: Robert Jones, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works P.C. In 2462192 Ontario Ltd. v. Paramount Franchise Group Inc. Read More

View All

What’s New

Globe and Mail Cites Ben Hanuk...

We are pleased to announce that the Globe and Mail quoted Ben Hanuka about a proposed settlement of the Tim Hortons pending class action lawsuit. Read More

Ben Hanuka Admitted as Fellow ...

We are pleased to advise that Ben Hanuka has been admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Read More

Ben Hanuka Authors Franchise A...

We are pleased to announce that the Canadian Arbitration and Mediation Journal will publish in its upcoming issue a paper authored by Ben Hanuka about franchise arbitrations. Read More

View All