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Franchisees Cannot Claim Statutory Damages For Misrepresentation When a Franchisor Voluntarily, But Without Obligation, Provides a Disclosure Document

Canada - June 9 2019 Franchise and Distribution Bulletin June 2019 Franchisees Cannot Claim Statutory Damages For Misrepresentation When a Franchisor Voluntarily, But…

Ontario Court of Appeal Provides Guidance on Bringing Anti-SLAPP Motions

Canada - November 27 2020 In Sokoloff v. Tru-Path Occupational Therapy Services Inc., the Ontario Court of Appeal (the “OCA”) applied recent jurisprudence from…

Joseph Osborne.

No Injunction For You Recent Victory for Franchisors Seeking to Terminate Franchise Agreements

Canada - July 15 2018 Franchisees often challenge termination decisions by starting a lawsuit and seeking an interlocutory injunction to restrain termination of the…

You should have said something: Supreme Court of Canada Holds That Failure to Correct a Mistaken Belief Violated the Duty of Honest Contractual Performance

Canada - December 24 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") recently released its much-anticipated decision in C.M. Callow Inc. v. Tammy Zollinger et. al ("C.M. Callow").…

Paola Ramirez, Stephen Brown-Okruhlik.

Caught by Release: Franchisees Can't Have Their Cake and Eat It Too

Canada - March 31 2020 The recent decision in New Vision Renaissance MX Ltd. v. The Symposium Café Inc. confirms that Ontario courts will uphold the terms of…

Andrae J. Marrocco, Mitch Koczerginski.