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Canadian Franchise Law – A Practical Guide
This updated edition contains amendments to Canadian franchise legislation, updates to case law and enhanced commentary on basic franchise documentation. The first edition spent several weeks atop the publisher’s best-selling list, and this edition promises to reflect significant enhancements from the earlier version.
The book is intended for franchisors and prospective franchisors and deals with the legal and business issues that they face, as they enter into, maintain and in some instances, end franchise relationships.
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About The Author Daniel So
Daniel is a member of professional associations on both sides of the 49th parallel. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Canadian Franchise Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the Middlesex Law Association, the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada, as well as the American Bar Association. He is a respected voice in the field of franchising, sitting as an executive member of the Ontario Bar Association joint subcommittee on franchising, and is a legal column editor for the Canadian Franchise Association’s publication Franchise Voice.
His expertise on franchise matters is highly regarded and Daniel is a consultant on Fortune Hunters and Dragon’s Den — both CBC television broadcasts — and he serves as the official legal counsel for North America’s largest franchise show series. As a published author and columnist (including several books, papers, and articles relating to franchise law), Daniel’s opinion has been sought by both the industry and the media. Various provinces have solicited his advice in regards to their adoption of franchise legislation, and he is frequently sought by the media to lend legal perspective and quotes on various articles.