Showing results for

FranchisingRemove

Publication

When fiction becomes reality…Pokémon Go!

When fiction becomes reality…Pokémon Go!

By | 26 Jul 2016

Pokémon- a fictional world just for kids right? WRONG! Pokémon Go takes us a step closer to incorporating augmented reality into our everyday lives. So what does it mean for retailers?

Publication

Online traders must comply with new EU online dispute resolution requirements

Online traders must comply with new EU online dispute resolution requirements

By | 31 May 2016

The European Commission has developed a new online dispute resolution (ODR) platform, which has been available for use by traders and consumers since February 15 2016.

Publication

Important Changes to the English law rule on penalty clauses - what does it mean for franchising?

Important Changes to the English law rule on penalty clauses - what does it mean for franchising?

By and | 25 Feb 2016

In a recent landmark decision, the highest court in England and Wales, the Supreme Court, considered the long established principles underlying the law relating to the penalty rule

Publication

Real deal?  EU antitrust complaint against McDonald's

Real deal? EU antitrust complaint against McDonald's

By , and | 14 Jan 2016

Three Italian consumer bodies, supported by a number of unions, yesterday lodged a formal antitrust complaint against McDonald's with the European Commission.

Publication

Franchising and E-Commerce: the e-lephant in the room

Franchising and E-Commerce: the e-lephant in the room

By and | 29 Oct 2015

An analysis of the legal and commercial challenges facing franchisors in the digital age

Publication

Publication

Being Part of the Crowd: Mini-bonds, crowdfunding and alternative financing for franchise growth

Being Part of the Crowd: Mini-bonds, crowdfunding and alternative financing for franchise growth

By and | 01 Jul 2015

The development and growth of franchise networks relies on the availability of accessible funding.

Publication

Good Faith in Franchising

Good Faith in Franchising

By | 18 Feb 2015

The English law of contract is well known for not having a general duty of good faith and the approach to dealing with good faith situations in case law has been piecemea, in line with the general development of common law.

Publication

We'd just like to say...

We'd just like to say...

By | 17 Nov 2014

...a huge thank you to all our of clients and friends who have helped us to be ranked again as the leading UK franchising practice by Chambers & Partners UK

Publication

Competition authorities gear up for scrutinising franchise networks

Competition authorities gear up for scrutinising franchise networks

By and | 16 Oct 2014

A franchising agreement is at risk of infringing EU competition law if it has the object or effect of restricting competition and is capable of affecting trade within the EEA.