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February 20 2018
Gordon Drakes Five cases from 2017 and what franchise businesses can learn from them

United Kingdom - Fieldfisher LLP

The year 2017 was relatively quiet for franchise disputes in the English courts. Nevertheless, five cases involving franchise and distribution relationships provide some lessons for businesses. They highlight, among other things, the need for clear contractual provisions over ownership of customer data and the importance of businesses checking whether there are prior rights when seeking to register their mark.

Author: Gordon Drakes
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