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Franchise Law Journal



Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007



Published: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

 



In This Issue

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007



Qualities of Leadership

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.106
Our editor-in-chief shares what she has learned from her mentors, which include a website that may not be on your beaten track.



Litigation: Check Your Opponent's Standing

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.107
Franchise disputes often give rise to complaints of injury where, although the injury itself is a given, the complaining party may not be entitled to relief. This article discusses how a franchisor can stop litigation in its tracks by challenging a plaintiff's standing.



Regulation FD

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.117
Regulation FD, a fair disclosure regulation, may actually be a blessing in disguise for franchisors and franchisees alike. The authors explain how a confidentiality agreement exemption of Regulation FD provides a way for all franchisors to share confidential information, sensitive strategies, and marketing plans with their franchisees.



Biz Op Rule

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.125
The Biz Op Rule will require biz op sellers to provide a one-page written disclosure document at least seven days before any contracts are signed or any money paid. It will require less disclosure than the Franchise Rule but more companies will fall under its umbrella. Find out why the author thinks it doesn't go far enough.



Land of Enchantment?

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.132
For franchisors, does New Mexico live up to the promise of its state motto? Although the state supreme court held that the state's gross receipts tax (GRT) does not apply to contracts executed outside the state, the New Mexico legislature in the summer of 2006 overruled those cases, thereby ensuring that the GRT applies to out-of-state franchise transactions.



Ontario's Franchise Legislation

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.136
What have we learned in the six years since enactment of the Arthur Wishart Act 2000? Tread carefully, warn the authors, who note that much uncertainty remains in key provisions of the Act.



Franchise and Distribution Currents

Wed, 31 Jan 2007 15:33:16 EST

Volume 26, Number 3, Winter 2007 p.146
Recent case law and developments in franchising and distribution law.