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The practice of taking a franchise from country to country gives rise to a diverse range of complex legal issues. Edited by experienced authors and practitioners in the field, this looseleaf provides information on issues arising in the international franchise field.
The text answers major structuring questions which practitioners, in-house counsel and business persons are likely to have in typical international franchise transactions. This reference work also tackles such questions as ""How can companies protect their brand names?"" and ""What are the do's and don'ts of international franchising?""
Topical coverage includes: country-by-country franchising overviews; relationship issues between the parties involved; financial aspects of franchising deals; intellectual property issues; franchise regulation; competition and restrictive practice laws; taxation issues; foreign investment regulation and import/export controls; forms of business organization; real estate; franchisor/franchisee remedies and dispute resolution; the future; and general information.
The layout should enable the user to find information quickly and easily within each country chapter. Practitioners active in the field of international franchise, in-house counsel, business persons and those considering expanding into international franchising should appreciate the in-depth nature of this updateable review of franchise-related laws of major commercial countries.