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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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The Law and Regulation of Franchising in the EU

ISBN13: 9781781952207
Published: June 2013
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £133.00

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The Law and Regulation of Franchising in the EU provides an in-depth analysis of the regulatory environment for franchising in the EU. Franchising in the EU comprises nearly 10,000 franchised brands and over A215 billion (US$300 billion) turnover per annum.

However, compared to its scale in the US and Australia, franchising is not realising its full potential in the EU and the author points to the lack of homogeneity across members states as a large part of the problem. The book concludes by arguing for the adoption of a draft directive, and proposes a draft directive, which promotes market confidence in franchising, provides pre-contractual hygiene and imposes a mandatory taxonomy of rights and obligations.

This highly topical and comprehensive work will appeal to franchise lawyers and franchise academics as this is the first book that analyses the impact of EU and member state law upon the use of franchising in the EU.

Key features of this detailed and insightful work include: Practical analysis from a leading authority in the field of franchising. Examination of the impact of both franchise specific and general commercial law upon use of franchising in the EU.

Comparative legal analysis of the law of England, Germany, France, the US and Australia. Carefully constructed proposals for a franchise directive in the EU based on the vast experience of the author. A draft text for the proposed directive.

Intellectual Property Law, Commercial Law, EU Law
1. Introduction
2. Deconstructing the Contextualisation, Architecture, Rationale and Risks of Franchising
3. Does the Contractual and Regulatory Environment Support and Promote Franchising?
4. identifying a Catalyst to Re-engineer the Regulatory Environment
5. Re-engineering the Regulatory Environment for Franchising in the EU
6. Conclusion
Appendix 1: Proposed Draft Franchise Directive
Appendix 2: Analysis of Franchise Agreements
Appendix 3: Statutes of the 21 Countries Outside of the EU that have Franchise Specific Laws
Appendix 4: European Franchise Associations and Membership
Table of Statutes
Table of Cases