3rd Annual Franchise Law Conference - Franchising In a “New World” of Disclosure

  • 03 février 2003


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Ontario’s two year old franchise legislation affects traditional franchising, as well as most other methods of distributing goods and services, in numerous ways.  This has a significant impact on anyone selling, buying or dealing with franchises, and places a substantial responsibility on their legal advisors.  Whether you are an experienced franchise law lawyer, in house counsel, a franchisor, or a litigation, commercial or IP lawyer, this 3rd annual program, with its broad range of topics, is a must for you.


Larry M. Weinberg, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP


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Annual Franchise Judicial Update
Allan D.J. Dick, Goodman and Carr LLP

Annual Franchise Case Law and Legislative Update – United States Law
William L. Killion and Brian B. Schnell, Gray Plant Mooty – Minneapolis, MN

Annual Franchise Legislative Update
John M. Sotos, Sotos Associates

Drafting a Franchise Agreement in the 21st Century
Joseph Y. Adler, Kronis Rotsztain Margles Cappel
Frank Zaid, Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt LLP

What’s New in the World of Disclosure?  An examination of hot spots in Ontario’s pre-sale disclosure regime
Peter Macrae Dillon and Daniel Felix So, Siskinds - London

Drafting Franchise Disclosure Documents: Risk Management For Lawyers
Arthur J. Trebilcock, Arthur J. Trebilcock Law Office

Taking a Franchise System to the Next Level
S. Tyler Barrs, Boston Pizza International Inc. – Richmond, BC
Taking a Franchise System to the Next Level
Kevin P. Gallagher, Morrison, Brown, Sosnovitch LLP

Taking A Franchise System to the Next Level:
Some Financing Alternatives For Franchisors
Lawrence D. Wilder, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

Practical Aspects of Dealing with Default and Termination
Paul J. Bates, Mann & Gahtan LLP
Scott A. Rosen, Goldman, Rosen Barristers

Insolvency of a Franchisor – Practical and Legal Considerations
Edward N. Levitt, Levitt, Hoffman

Bankruptcy Issues for Franchisors and Franchisees, featuring the Country Style Donuts Inside Story… CCAA and Beyond
Ashley John Taylor, Stikeman Elliott