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Compliance with a Non-Compete Covenant – Understanding Canadian Franchise ...

Posted on Jan 15 2020

Franchise agreements often impose non-competition obligations (sometimes referred to as “restrictive covenants”) on a franchisee to restrict him or her and those related to the franchisee from getting involved in a competing business. Ben Hanuka discusses the scope of  the restriction in this short video. [embed]https://youtu.be/srUEnlwrrGw[/embed] For more videos like this, subscribe to our Law Works YouTube Channel.

Franchise Case Highlights for 2019

Posted on Dec 17 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on December 11, 2019, under the same title.

Franchise disputes on the rise in British Columbia

Posted on Dec 13 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on November 13, 2019, under the same title.

British Columbia case involving Blenz Coffee allows pleading...

Posted on Nov 13 2019

Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works  Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works In Taylor v.

When Does The Franchise Two-Year Rescission Period Start Fro...

Most claims appear to center around rescission based on allegations of failure to provide a disclosure document
Posted on Nov 12 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on September 20, 2019, under the title, “Start your engines:...

Pleadings Under Attack in Franchise Disputes

Religitate case abuse process
Posted on Nov 12 2019

This article, written by Ben Hanuka, was originally published in The Lawyer’s Daily on October 7, 2019, under the same title.

Seven Tips for Negotiating an Area Development Agreement

Posted on Jun 25 2019

Authors: Ben Hanuka and Anthony Pugh, Law Works P.C.

Quebec Cleaning Franchise Agreement Cancelled

Posted on Jun 19 2019

Author: Anthony Pugh, Law Works P.C. Editor: Ben Hanuka, Law Works P.C. In Najah c.

Alberta court holds franchisee is not entitled to any compen...

Posted on May 21 2019

Authors: Ben Hanuka and Robert Jones, Law Works P.C. In 1777453 Alberta Ltd. v. Got Mold Disaster Recovery Services Inc.


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