Franchising: Realities and Remedies

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Contents

Volume
9-2
03 Strict Construction of the Contract
9-14
1 Various Grounds
9-18
06 Implied Covenants
9-32
d Relation of Fiduciary Good Faith and Affirmative Duties
9-53
i Issue of Fact ii Encroachment on Franchisees Territory
9-56
iii Implied Covenant Less Likely Where Contract Is Clear
9-58
iv Reasonable Expectations
9-59
Volume
231
Renegotiating
283
9B 03 Substantive Matters for Renegotiation 9B9
291
Protecting Franchisees Under the Antitrust Laws
10-1
2 Illustrations of ConflictTermination of Franchise Clauses
10-2
4 Availability of Equity to Prevent Injustice
10-4
5 Abuse of Trademark
10-5
6 Federal Trade Commission Act Bars Inequitable
10-6

v Penetration of Market vs Encroachment
9-60
vij Implied Covenant May Arise from Imbalance in Relationship
9-61
viij Calculated Action by Franchisor
9-63
viii Courts Apply Different Standards
9-64
ix Integration and Merger Clauses Do Not Avoid Fraud Claims
9-64
x Legislative Activity
9-64
xi Gradations of Obligation of Good Faith
9-64
xii Parties May Impose Duty of Good Faith xiii Adequate Disclosure Required
9-64
xiv Auto Dealer Cases Illustrate Good Faith Issues
9-64
xv Franchisor Termination at Will
9-64
xvi Good Faith Remains Undefined
9-64
06A The Conflict Between the Express Agreement
9-64
4 Relation to Antitrust
9-64
5 Summary
9-64
6 Case
9-64
7 Overly Broad Covenants and Competition Policy
9-64
07A Encroachment 1 Banning Encroachment 2 Current Franchisor Practices
9-64
3 Safe Port and Burden of Proof
9-64
4 Good Faith Obligations with Respect to Encroachment a Introduction
9-64
b Case Law Developments
9-64
c Fraud in the Inducement
9-64
d Good Faith Encroachment Issues
9-64
e Contract Interpretation
9-64
f Other Significant Encroachment Rulings
9-64
g Internet Encroachment
9-64
h Exception in Local Conduct Statute
9-64
i Contract Claims and Defenses
9-64
j Contract Damages k Comment on Damages
9-64
08 Fiduciary Obligations I Applicable Principles
9-65
2 Structured Approach 3 Franchisor Control
9-67
a Know How b Varied Areas of Control
9-68
Volume
9-84
1 Propriety of Direct Sales Under Contractual
9-86
An Overview of Legal Problems and Remedies
134
13A A Hypothetical Franchise Case Addressing
140
15A Illustrative Rescission of a General Release
198
15B Limitations on Contractual Barring of Claims 9210
210
Practices
10-6
7 Fiduciary Duty as a Matter of
10-7
8 Common InterestGood Cause Legislation
10-8
9 Continued Controversy
10-9
Market 10130
10-314
Procedural and Collateral Matters
10-375
3 The Format of Policy Declarations
11-3
9A 09 Conclusion and General Comment 9A50
11-50
Complex and Significant Legal Concepts
12-1
4 Judicial Support of Policy Declarations in Spite of Written Agreement
12-4
5 Implied Obligation of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
12-5
Contracts 12133
12-8
03A Protecting or Abusing Trade Dress 1240 1
1245
b Little FTC Acts 6 Conclusion
1264
2 Legal Issues 1265
1285
4 Forward Integration 1272
1292
2 Holdover Franchisee 1284
1304
5 Franchisors Contractual PostTerm
1311
10 Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair
1316
Introduction 1240 1
1350
CHAPTER 13
1371
CHAPTER 13
1398
Some Major Concerns About Franchising Going
1399
States With PreSale RegistrationDisclosure
1407
States With General Statutes
1411
List of Business Opportunity Statutes
1413
General Motors Dispute
E-1
2 Franchisee Restraints
E-2
3 Application of These Principles
E-3
Index
1-1
07A Encroachment 964 47
1-9
II Application of Fiduciary Obligation 12 Control Concept in Relation to Application of Other Laws
1-12
13 General Application of Fiduciary Concept
1-13
14 Difficulty of Overcoming Contractual Terms
1-14
15 Extreme Control by the Franchisor
1-15
9A 04 Franchise Agreement Conformance 9A28
1-28
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