Item 19 During COVID-19

“Item 19 during COVID-19” – read Stuti Muraka’s recently published article in The Franchise Lawyer.

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November 25, 2020 | Publications

Amy Cheng on Women in Franchising

The November issue of Franchising World commemorates the IFA’s 60th anniversary. As part of that celebration, this issue features an…

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October 20, 2020 | Legal News

Franchisor’s Lax Zoom Protocols Doom Lawsuit

Are you taking appropriate measures to protect your confidential information on Zoom and similar videoconferencing platforms?

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October 16, 2020 | Recognitions

Amy Cheng Named to 100 Influential Women In Franchising 2020 List

UK magazine, What Franchise, has named Amy Cheng to the 100 Influential Women In Franchising 2020 List in the Educators…

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September 30, 2020 | Publications

The Year in Review, Contributed to and Edited by Sam Wieczorek

Sam Wieczorek’s contribution to The Year in Review for 2019 was recently published by the American Bar Association’s International Law…

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September 25, 2020 | Publications

Amy Cheng Featured in IFA Women’s Franchise Committee Podcast

Amy Cheng is interviewed in the IFA Women’s Franchise Committee Podcast “Her Success: Stories of Female Franchise Leaders”.

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September 11, 2020 | Legal News

Federal Court Rejects Key Provisions of Franchisor-Friendly Joint Employer Rule

Follow the bouncing ball: A decision from the New York federal court strikes down the Department of Labor’s recent joint employer rule.

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September 10, 2020 | Publications

Item 19 During COVID-19

“Item 19 during COVID-19” – read Stuti Muraka’s recently published article in The Franchise Lawyer.

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July 23, 2020 | Tips and Tools

Do You Need to Amend your FDD to Address the Impact of COVID-19?

During these unprecedented times, the question of what constitutes a “material change” that would require an FDD amendment is particularly challenging, as franchisors consider the impact of COVID-19.

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April 08, 2020 | Legal News

No Business Interruption Coverage? Not So Fast.

Both franchisors and franchisees are being told by insurers and their surrogates that business interruption policies don’t cover events related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But depending on policy language, strong arguments can be made that coverage in fact exists.

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