Director and Solicitor, Head of Franchising and Commercial Services
Franchisors Liability to Franchisees
In a franchise relationship, the franchisee buys the right to use the franchisor’s trademarks, reputation and marketing in selling a product.
Whether a franchisor can be held liable for actions of the franchisee depends on the level on control retained by the franchisor over the business.
These terms should be made clear from the start, so both parties are aware of their responsibilities and obligations to each other.
For the franchisor looking to extend their franchise overseas, there's a number of very important consideratio...
The new data law changes are extensive for those involved in implementing them but mainly businesses need to k...
In this article, Tabitha explains RPM and competition law, penalties for breaches and more. Fraser Brown rec...
84 Friar Lane
You can obtain the Award for Personal Licence Holders (APLH) once completing your BIIAB Level 2 training, which has been a service provided to Nottinghamshire by Fraser Brown solicitors for over 12 years. ...
Fiona Boswell presents the results of the survey Fraser Brown conducted at the National Franchise Exhibition 2...
Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...