Published today, the April edition of our Franchise Law Newsletter focuses on issues that are unique to our extraordinary days. This issue features several articles, including the potential impact of the suspension of limitation periods on franchise deals, and checklists for franchise cases. To receive our free Franchise Law Newsletter, please subscribe here.
We are pleased to announce that Ben Hanuka will be the moderator of an upcoming legal professional development program for the legal community in British Columbia about franchise law. The Canadian Bar Association – British Columbia Branch will host the program. It will feature a panel of expert franchise lawyers for a lively interactive discussion about emerging franchise legal issues in British Columbia.
We are pleased to announce that Ben Hanuka presented at the Franchise Tradeshow in Vancouver this past weekend, Saturday November 2, 2019, about franchise legal issues. The topic of Ben’s presentation was titled, “Key Conditions to Expect to see in a Franchise Agreement”. Earlier in the day, Ben participated on the VIP Panel of the show, to answer legal questions. The Franchise Canada Show (formerly The Franchise Show) is Canada’s ultimate franchise-only expo.
We are pleased to announce that Ben Hanuka has been recognized in the 2020 Best Lawyers in Canada peer-rated directory in the Franchise Law category. The Best Lawyers directory is based on extensive peer review and feedback. It is considered one of the leading peer-reviewed and recommended lawyer’s listing worldwide.
We are pleased to announce that Ben Hanuka will co-present at the Canadian Franchise Association’s annual Franchise Law Day on September 26, 2019. Ben will co-present at a plenary session, titled “Legal and Legislative Update”, covering the key franchise-related court decisions of the past year as well as legislative updates. Here is a link to the Franchise Law Day: https://www.cfa.