Books From the Forum on Franchising

Vol. 16 No. 1

The FTC Franchise Rule, Second Edition

Susan Grueneberg and Ann Hurwitz, Editor

The FTC Franchise Rule, Second Edition, serves as an analytical tool and a comprehensive, practical guide for franchise law practitioners, including “old hands” and those who are new to the practice of franchise law. It is not only an important resource for understanding the latest interpretations of the FTC Franchise Rule, but also includes updated, additional source materials essential to the interpretation of the FTC Franchise Rule’s disclosure requirements.

 

Franchise Law Compliance Manual, Second Edition

Jeffrey A. Brimer, Editor

Designed as a working tool for both corporate franchise lawyers and outside counsel, the Franchise Law Compliance Manual is a practical, comprehensive guide to establishing and maintaining a successful corporate compliance program. From intellectual property to termination, this updated and expanded guide covers every aspect of franchise law and will help you protect the franchisor's property, limit liability, and prepare for and limit the inevitable tensions of a franchise system. Includes CD-ROM of checklists and forms.

 

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NEW: Covenants Against Competition in Franchise Agreements, Third Edition

Michael R. Gray and Natalma M. ("Tami") McKnew, Editors

Save time drafting, negotiating and litigating franchise agreements with the updated Covenants Against Competition in Franchise Agreements, Third Edition. Since franchising has become an international industry in the past decade, this updated Third Edition has been expanded to include chapters on Canada and Mexico, making this a complete North American publication.

This publication provides a framework for comparative analysis of this critical topic in the franchise context throughout North America. This book gives franchisors, franchisees and their counsel a single source for the most current franchising statutory and decisional law in each of the 50 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada and Mexico.

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