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Disclosure Issues for In-house Counsel

  • March 01, 2012

A panel of both in-house counsel and private practitioners will consider disclosure as it relates to practical challenges in leasing, disclosure in non-disclosure provinces, earnings projections, exemptions, economic modeling, and site-specific information.

Franchise Law

Section Materials

Dealing With and Litigating Disputes Involving Franchises

  • February 09, 2012

This publication is intended to give both commercial and litigation lawyers who do not regularly practise in the area and those new to this practice area the necessary tools to understand the statutory framework, deal with common areas for franchise disputes, and understand franchise litigation claims and tactics.

Franchise Law

MP3 Audio, Complimentary Archived Video

Ethical Issues for Franchise Lawyers

  • February 08, 2011

This program addresses practical ethical issues that may confront the franchise lawyer, such as the phantom franchise client; whether a franchise lawyer can accept a limited retainer and still act competently;

Franchise Law

Section Materials

Franchise Law Primer: A Practical Roadmap

  • February 03, 2011

As the use and regulation of franchising as a business model continues to expand, it is becoming increasingly important for the general practitioner to be able to recognize what is (or what might be) a franchise and to understand its fundamental principles and regulatory requirements.

Franchise Law

Section Materials

9th Annual Franchise Conference: The Whole Nine Yards

  • October 14, 2009

This publication will enlighten and instruct business and litigation lawyers (both in-house or outside) who have to deal with increasingly challenging franchise matters either on a regular or infrequent basis.

Franchise Law