Franchising: Realities and Remedies

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Law Journal Press, Dec 28, 2015 - Law - 1300 pages
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Franchising: Realities and Remedies provides you with specific, practical solutions to common problems faced by both franchisors and franchisees. It covers compliance with federal and state contracts; antitrust and disclosure laws; protective advice for franchisor's counsel; the landlord in franchising; and the RICO statute. The book--cited by the U.S. Supreme Court--also encompasses: litigation approaches and remedies available to individuals and to groups of franchisees; good-faith, fiduciary and equitable considerations; punitive damage awards; contractual arbitration; cutting litigation costs; finding the best witnesses; damages and procedural devices; trademarks; trade secrets; restrictive covenants; termination of a franchise operation; the "departing" franchisee; attorneys' fees; and the Bankruptcy Code.
 

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Contents

Volume
1-5
3A Mediation 526 56
1-49
Dedication and Acknowledgments
2-1
Franchising Manual
3-1
Identifying Deception Trickery and Concealment
4-1
CHAPTER 5
4-5
An Overview of Legal Problems and Remedies
5-1
c Consolidation of Claims
28
Comparable Statute 737
7-37
CHAPTER 6
7-38
Related Releases 762
7-62
Other Statutes Including Little Federal Trade
7-63
7 Price Discrimination Involving
7-63
Act RICO 771
7-71
Volume
7-127
Arbitration and Mediation 7142
7-138

4AJ The Potential Advantages of Arbitration 526 65
65
6 Remedies Recommendations and Judicial
85
7 Judicial Reaction 526 92
92
10 Arbitrability of Domestic Antitrust
98
07A Developments in Third Party Financial Litigation
5-58
Disclosure Regulations and Their Enforcement
5-87
Deceptive Practices 631
6-31
3 Public and Private Action Under State
6-42
Opinions 651
6-51
CHAPTER 7
6-235
1 Impact of Publicity 629
7-6
31 Standards for Additional Site or Relocation
7-144
Table of Contents
7-155
Index
8-16
4 Procedural Devices 827
8-27
04A Fraud on the Court 834 3
8-34
5 Related Matters 848
8-48
2 Punitive Damages 871
8-71
c Interplay with Contractual
8-84
2A Emotional or Distress Damages 899
8-100
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About the author (2015)

The late Harold Brown graduated from Yale University and Harvard Law School and wrote a franchising column to the New York Law Journal. He was a founder and former council member of the ABA Franchise Forum Committee, the editor or associate editor of several legal publications, as well as the author of numerous legal articles. He had testified as a franchise expert before many federal and state legislative bodies, and lectured frequently for legal and business institutes, bar associations and law schools.

The late Harold Brown graduated from Yale University and Harvard Law School and wrote a franchising column to the New York Law Journal. He was a founder and former council member of the ABA Franchise Forum Committee, the editor or associate editor of several legal publications, as well as the author of numerous legal articles. He had testified as a franchise expert before many federal and state legislative bodies, and lectured frequently for legal and business institutes, bar associations and law schools.

Ronald K. Gardner, Jr. is a partner with the firm of Dady & Garner, P.A. of Minneapolis and New York, which limits its practice to representing franchisees, dealers and distributors throughout the United States in disputes with franchisors and suppliers.

Jeffery S. Haff is a principal at the law firm of Jeffery S. Haff & Associates, P.A. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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