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Franchise Law

by Frank Zaid

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list price: $65.00
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published: July 2005
ISBN:9781552212677
publisher: Irwin Law Inc.
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Franchising is big business in Canada. From traditional quick service restaurants and fast food outlets, to motor vehicle repair centres, drug stores, hotels, educational facilities, children's play centres, second hand goods stores, convenience stores, donut shops, hair salons, tax services, and fitness centres, franchised businesses continue to expand in virtually every product and service industry.
With this rapid growth of franchising as a business model and with an increase public profile of litigation issues involving franchising, the practice of franchise law has become much more complex. Typically, a counsel to either the franchisor or the franchisee requires legal knowledge in many disparate fields including contract law, intellectual property law, competition law, real estate law, bankruptcy and insolvency, personal property security legislation, remedies and damages including equitable relief, commercial litigation and class proceedings, and labour law.
This book, written by one of Canada's foremost franchise lawyers, lays out a clear roadmap through the twists and turns of the franchising relationship. The book will appeal to experienced franchise lawyer as well as to counsel new to the field. The full text of Alberta and Ontario franchising legislation is also included.

About the Author
Frank Zaid is a senior partner in the Toronto, Ontario office of firm of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. His practice focuses on advising franchisors, franchisee associations, and others involved in franchising on all aspects of Canadian franchise legal matters. He has served as chair of the Supplier Forum of the International Franchise Association and is the past general counsel of the Canadian Franchise Association. In 2002 he was appointed a co-chair of the Uniform Law Conference of Canada Commercial Law Strategy project on a uniform franchise law. This project is intended to develop a uniform franchise for all of the provinces and territories of Canada.
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