A large number of American franchise systems have, over the last 40 years, made Canada one of their chose international expansion targets. This new book, written by experienced Canadian franchise lawyers, will help you advise your clients who are considering expansion into the Canadian marketplace. The book outlines a host of important differences when comparing the business, law and practice of franchising in Canada and the United States, as well as the numerous similarities between the culture and law of both societies. Topics include: structuring and expansion to Canada; trade-mark and other intellectual property issues; the Canadian franchise agreement; franchise disclosure issues; privacy issues and dispute resolution and franchise litigation in Canada. The book also includes practice notes throughout the book, highlighting key points.These can include: telephone numbers, copyrighted materials (i.e. training manuals), products, the appearance of retail sales ... A non-disclosure and confidentiality clause should be included in the franchise agreement relating to the franchisora#39;s intellectual property. This will ... As employees will generally not be parties to the franchise agreement, the franchisor should include a covenant in the franchiseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Franchising, Canada|
|Author||:||Peter Snell, Larry Weinberg|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2005-01-01|