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Is it necessary for a franchisor to enforce exclusivity clauses in franchise agreements?
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • January 25 2016

This franchising update focuses on RPR Maintenance Pty Ltd v Marmax Investments Pty Ltd 2015 FCAFC 127, and the Full Federal Court's interpretation


It might be misleading, but did you rely on it? The importance of ‘reliance’ in misleading and deceptive conduct claims
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • December 10 2015

Misleading and deceptive conduct as mentioned in past updates is one of the most common causes of franchising disputes. However, franchisees should


Disruption mediation?
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • November 23 2015

Disruption is the current buzz word being applied to describe events, developments or people who are challenging the traditional ways and means of


Misleading & deceptive conduct: still the no. 1 problem for franchises
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • October 20 2015

The ACCC's recent Small Business in Focus report reveals the latest small business and franchising enquiries and complaints data. Of significance


Substance over form: is your agreement captured by the Franchising Code of Conduct?
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • July 31 2015

The Franchising Code of Conduct (Code) provides important protections to franchisees that aim to reduce the perceived inequality of bargaining power


Authoring your own misfortune: how decisions you make can result in you causing yourself loss.
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • July 29 2015

A common element of most franchise litigation is that one party caused another party loss through specific conduct. This is often described as either


The story of blow dry bar: no fairy tale ending for Castle Hill franchise
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • April 23 2015

Misleading and deceptive conduct remains one of the most frequent allegations arising in franchise disputes. The recent decision of Carazi Pty Ltd v


A timely reminder franchisors ‘intentional recklessness’ leads to pecuniary penalties of $500,000
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • March 26 2015

With the recent amendment of the Franchising Code, the case of Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v South East Melbourne Cleaning Pty Ltd


A timely reminder franchisors ‘intentional recklessness’ leads to pecuniary penalties
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • March 18 2015

With the recent amendment of the Franchising Code, the case of Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v South East Melbourne Cleaning Pty Ltd


Disclosing earnings information: get it right
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • January 27 2015

There was much said about the anticipated effects of the amendments to the Franchising Code of Conduct (Code), which came into force on 1 January