Vol. 14 No. 2 | Spring 2011

INSIDE THIS EDITION

Message from the Chair

2011 Nominating Committee Selected

34th Annual Forum on Franchising: Flying the Flag of Franchising

FDA Publishes Proposed Regulations on Menu Labeling Requirements

State Taxation of Royalties on Out-of-State Franchisors Continues: KFC Corp. v. Iowa Department of Revenue

From Darkness to Light: A Survey of How Franchise Lawyers Weathered the Recession and Some Thoughts on the Road Ahead

NASAA Project Group Seeks Input on Multi-Unit Franchising

New Location for California Department of Corporations' San Francisco Office

Become a California Board Certified Franchise and Distribution Specialist!

New Books from the Forum on Franchising


THE FRANCHISE LAWYER

Editor-in-Chief
Max Schott, II (2013)
Gray Plant Mooty
Minneapolis, MN
Max.Schott@gpmlaw.com

Associate Editors
Glenn J. Plattner (2011)
Bryan Cave
Santa Monica, CA

Kristy L. Zastrow (2012)
Dady & Gardner
Minneapolis, MN

Beata Krakus (2013)
Greensfelder,
Hemker & Gale
Chicago, IL


Forum on Franchising
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654

Become a California Board Certified Franchise and Distribution Specialist!

The State Bar of California's Board of Legal Specialization invites you to take the 2011 legal specialization exam. The examination is open to active members of the California Bar who have practiced franchise and distribution law for at least three years. Take advantage of this opportunity now! If you miss the 2011 exam, the next exam is not until 2013.

Exam Date: October 25, 2011

Application Deadline: September 26, 2011

Exam venues: Pasadena and Oakland

For more information about the exam, or full details of the requirements for becoming a Certified Franchise and Distribution Law Specialist, visit: www.californiaspecialist.org or call 415-538-2120.

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