Business Franchise Law & Practice (IP-418)
This course explores the development of the business franchise as a unique legal and business phenomenon; federal and state statutes, regulations, and cases dealing with the franchisor-franchisee relationship. Areas to be covered include governmental restrictions and preconditions concerning the sale of business franchises, procedures and documents and evidence compliance with state and federal regulations, the rights and duties of franchiser and franchisee under the franchise agreement, remedies of the franchiser and franchisee for violations of the franchise agreement, and statutory and regulatory provisions that (a) require certain items to be included in the franchise agreement and (b) prohibit or limit the availability of specific kinds of actions and remedies.

Course Name: IP-418
Departments: Intellectual Property
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