When a new franchisee opens their new franchised business, one of the primary factors that drove the franchisee’s decision to select that franchise is often because of particular aspect that is unique to that franchise, whether it is a particular product or an efficient method of business. However, franchise systems frequently go through chang
You have been operating your franchise for some time now but your relationship with your franchisor has recently deteriorated and your franchisor is now threatening termination.
You have always wanted to own your own business and you have decided now is the time to take that leap.
The day that all franchisees fear has come. You receive a termination notice from your franchisor. Perhaps this comes out of the blue, or perhaps there were previous indications. Regardless, now is not the time to sit back and wait for the termination to become effective.
In order to explain what franchise and distribution law is, you first need to understand franchises and distributorship relationships. At its simplest, franchising is a business format where the franchisee uses a trademark and business system developed and owned by a franchisor to operate a franchise outlet.