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The Exceptions That Prove the Rule: Using Franchise Exclusions and Exemptions to Your Advantage

By | 2017 Seminars, Automotive, Changing the Relationship, Ending the Relationship, Energy/Fuel, Establishing the Relationship, Food & Beverage, Industry, Manufacturing, Seminars, Training Modules

Being a franchisor means being subject to significant regulation of the relationship with your franchisees. Pre-sale registration and disclosure Federal: 16 CFR Part 436 State Pre-sale disclosure: California, Hawaii, Illinois,…

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Top Ten Cases of 2016-17

By | 2017 Seminars, Automotive, Changing the Relationship, Ending the Relationship, Energy/Fuel, Establishing the Relationship, Food & Beverage, Industry, Litigation, Arbitration, and Other Forms of ADR, Manufacturing, Seminars, Training Modules, Warranty and Product Liability

What is equipment? McCarthy Integrated Sys. v. Evoqua Water Tech., 379 P.3d 263 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2016):  The Arizona Court of Appeals determined that the Arizona Equipment Dealers Act includes…

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Resale Price Maintenance & Minimum Advertised Price (“MAP”) Policies: Where to Draw the Line to Maximize Growth

By | 2017 Seminars, Advertising and Marketing, Automotive, D&F and Privacy Law Compliance in Cyberspace, Energy/Fuel, Food & Beverage, Industry, Manufacturing, Seminars, Training Modules

Overview: Antitrust constraints on efforts to direct the advertising of resale prices A minimum advertised price (“MAP”) policy is a supplier’s policy that resellers not advertise prices below a price…

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