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No Summary Judgment in Complex AlarmForce Renewal Exemption and Bad Faith Claim

Posted on Oct 18 2017

Author: Evan Ivkovic, J.D., Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka In Hepburn v AlarmForce Industries Inc., released on October 6, 2017, by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in London, the court dismissed a franchisee’s summary judgment motion for rescission and bad faith conduct under the Arthur Wishart Act because the factual issues were complex that require a trial (legally, there were ‘genuine issues requiring a trial’).

Franchise Renewals: Introducing Material Changes to the Rene...

Posted on Aug 15 2017

​This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published by The Lawyer's Daily on July 7, 2017, under the title “Courts struggle for...

Conflicts Between Franchise Agreements And Operating Manuals...

Franchise Agreements And Operating Manuals
Posted on Dec 10 2015

Note: This article, authored by Ben Hanuka, was published earlier this month in the US-based Hotel Business Review.

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...

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