The book—cited by the U.S. Supreme Court—also encompasses: litigation approaches and remedies available to individuals and to groups of franchisees; good-faith, fiduciary and equitable considerations; punitive damage awards; contractual arbitration; cutting litigation costs; finding the best witnesses; damages and procedural devices; trademarks; trade secrets; restrictive covenants; termination of a franchise operation; the "departing" franchisee; attorneys' fees; and the Bankruptcy Code. Two volumes.
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Table of Contents
Introduction to Franchising
Control and the Power Imbalance in the Franchise Relationship
Deception, Trickery, and Concealment in the Operation of a Franchise
An Overview of Legal Problems and Remedies
Disclosure Regulations and Their Enforcement
Other Statutes Including “Little FTC” Acts
Using the Common Law
Good Faith, Fiduciary and Equitable Considerations
Mergers and Acquisitions of Franchise Systems
Protecting Franchisees Under the Antitrust Laws
Procedural and Collateral Matters
Complex and Significant Legal Concepts
Some Major Concerns About Franchising Going Forward