Franchising is a complex and specialised area to advise on. This seminar will provide an introduction and update on the fundamentals, pitfalls and unique issues of franchising including:
By attending this seminar you will:
All civil litigation, company/commercial and general practice lawyers wanting to gain an entry-level understanding or refresher on franchise issues arising out of owning, selling and enforcing a franchise agreement.
A short paper, in PDF format, together with a copy of the powerpoint presentation will be emailed out prior to the seminar.
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Please note date below differs from that originally advertised
|Live Web Stream||10 May|
Principal, The Franchise Lawyer, Auckland
Sarah is a sole practitioner with over 20 years’ experience working with businesses and entrepreneurial business owners. She has an MComLaw (Hons) and DipBus (PostGrad) and has completed a number of Institute of Directors courses as a recent member. Sarah deals with all aspects of owning and operating businesses for her clients, with a particular focus on franchise work. She has a mix of long term private clients and part-time/project-based in-house roles and has worked outside the law in HR, as a franchise consultant and as a shareholder in a commercial property business. Working in and owning businesses has given Sarah a genuine understanding of the issues owners, directors and managers have to deal with.
Deirdre has practised as a Barrister since 1993, and is a specialist in franchise disputes. She holds an LLM (Hons), is a regularly sought-after presenter to NZLS CLE, ADLS, the University of Auckland and other groups on legal issues relating to franchising, writes regularly on franchise issues, and was a Board Member of the Franchise Association of New Zealand for six years, including two years as Vice Chair. Deirdre has acted for numerous franchisors and franchisees on franchise matters and in particular disputes concerning enforcement of franchise agreements.
You may cancel your registration eight working days in advance of an event, and you will receive a refund less a 25% administration fee. If you cancel less than eight working days in advance of the event, no refund is payable. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your registration to another person. If you wish to do so you must advise CLE in writing of the change. NZLS CLE Ltd reserves the right to close registrations and cancel or reschedule an event as necessary. Where an event is cancelled by CLE, a full refund is payable.