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04/09/2015 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUÉ - April 2015
  1. Ontario Court of Appeal Upholds Springdale Decision and Finds Franchisor Not Necessarily Exempt From Disclosure in Resale of Existing Franchise
  2. Franchise Litigation Parties Cannot Use the Appellate Court as a Way to Re-Litigate Findings of Fact Regarding Materiality
  3. “Saab Stories” for Franchisor Seeking to Oust Ontario Jurisdiction Over Canada-Wide Group Action
  4. Concise Drafting Matters: Ontario Court Grants Partial Summary Judgment Dismissing Significant Portions of a Franchisee’s “Kitchen Sink” Claim
  5. What We’re Up To (Spring and Summer 2015)
01/14/2015 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUÉ - January 2015
  1. Let’s Arbitrate: Arbitration Clauses as a Tool For Avoiding Class Proceedings
  2. It’s That Time of Year: Does Your Canadian Franchise Disclosure Document Need Updating?
  3. The Top Ten Franchise Law Cases and Developments of 2014
  4. Do the Math: Ontario Court Declares That Franchisee is Not an Employee
  5. What We’re Up To (Winter/Spring 2015)
10/08/2014 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUE – October 2014
  1. Deli Franchisor’s Disclosure Misses the Mark: Lessons From DeliMark Cafe
  2. Surprise! You Might be an Employer of Your Franchisee’s Employees
  3. Ontario Court Summarily Rules that Franchisor not Exempt From Disclosure in Resale of Existing Franchise
  4. Ontario’s Franchise Legislation Declared Inapplicable to a Single Trademark License
  5. “Frustrating” Decision Highlights Alternate Approach to Rescission Claims
  6. What We’re Up To (Summer and Fall 2014/Winter 2015)
09/24/2014 Canadian Tax Fundamentals: Withholding Tax on Cross-Border Interest Payments (Summary)
09/24/2014 Canadian Tax Fundamentals: Withholding Tax on Cross-Border Interest Payments
09/03/2014 Canadian Intellectual Property Office Signs on to TMClass
06/27/2014 Canada’s New Trademarks Act: What it Means for You
05/02/2014 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUÉ - May 2014
  1. Reminder: The British Columbia Law Institute Recommends Franchise Legislation in That Province
  2. Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation: Are You Prepared?
  3. Summary Judgment: The New Tool in Franchise Litigation?
  4. Ontario Court Overturns Wrongful Termination of Franchise Agreement by Franchisor
  5. Claim Against Former Franchisee for Soliciting Customer Lists “Turfed” by BC Court
  6. Not Loving It: Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Denies Attempt by Fast Food Franchisor to Extricate Itself From Complaint
  7. What We're Up To (Spring and Summer 2014)
04/11/2014 The British Columbia Law Institute Recommends Franchise Legislation In That Province
04/10/2014 Digital Privacy Act – Everything Old Is New Again
04/09/2014 Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks – Changes to the Canada Small Business Financing Regulations
03/03/2014 Ontario Introduces Legislation Requiring Food Service Chains to Post Caloric Information
02/19/2014 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUÉ - February 2014
  1. It’s That Time of Year: Does Your Canadian Franchise Disclosure Document Need Updating?
  2. The Clock is Ticking: Are You Out of Time to Arbitrate?
  3. Quebec Personal Injury Case Has Implications for Franchisors
  4. Franchisor’s Failure to Respond to Request to Admit Results in Pre-trial Award of Rescission Damages
  5. Is the Release Language in Your Franchise Agreement Enforceable?
  6. What We’re Up To (Winter/Spring 2014)
02/12/2014 Individual Guarantors in Alberta: Trap for the Unwary and Extra Cost
12/18/2013 Top Ten Canadian Franchise Law Cases and Developments of 2013
12/05/2013 Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation Coming Into Force in 2014: Are You Ready?
11/01/2013 AODA: What’s Next for Ontario Employers?
10/15/2013 Franchise Law e-COMMUNIQUE - October 2013
  1. Ontario To Introduce Calorie Labelling On Restaurant Menus
  2. Ontario Superior Court of Justice Enforces Non-Competition Covenant Against Former Franchisee, Her Spouse, and Their Corporate Alter Ego
  3. Ontario Court Rules There Is No “Material Change” Where The Franchisee Had Knowledge Of Changes
  4. Alberta Court Reminds Franchisors of the Importance of a Properly-Signed Disclosure Certificate
  5. Ontario Court Grants Statutory Rescission For Multiple Disclosure Failures
  6. Midas Franchisee Class Action Settled; Court Comments on “Development” in Jurisprudence Regarding Fair Dealing Claims
  7. What We’re Up To (Fall/Winter 2013)