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Terminating A Franchise Agreement: A Primer

Posted on Sep 8 2013

Terminating a franchise agreement, or getting out of the franchise relationship, is a legal result that franchisees and franchisors often seek. How to get out of a franchise agreement or franchise contract is often asked by franchisees who are “disenfranchised” (pardon the pun) by the experience of owning a franchised business. Franchising should not usually have such a result.  Many franchise systems are legitimate and worthwhile businesses.

The Irony Of Seeking Justice For A Client

The Irony Of Seeking Justice For A Client
Posted on Aug 28 2013

Published in the Huffington Post on August 27, 2013.

Franchise Arbitration Procedure

Franchise Arbitration Procedure
Posted on Aug 7 2013

Introduction  Many franchise agreements in operation across Canada contain an arbitration clause requiring that all or certain disputes between...

Changes To A Franchise System

Changes To A Franchise System
Posted on Aug 6 2013

What happens when the franchisor wants to implement a change to the franchise system, yet the franchise agreement does not contain some system...

Franchisees Closing Down: Problems With Getting Help

Franchisees Closing Down: Problems With Getting Help
Posted on Jul 28 2013

Well-known brands in the Canadian food and related retail industry are common these days; practically the norm.


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