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Trade Mark Licensing

Intellectual property, such as, a trademark can form a significant asset of a business and be a key element of product or service...

Franchising versus Licensing

What is a Licence ? A licence is a right granted by one person (the Licensor) in favour of another person (a Licensee), allowing the...

Franchising and Minimum Income Guarantees

Depending on the franchise system - the Franchise Agreement, Franchisor or representative for the Franchisor may provide details setting...

Get Franchise Legal Advice

Greyson Legal are a boutique commercial law firm with a niche practice area in franchise law. The Principal of Greyson Legal | Franchise...

Franchisor Financial Disclosure

As part of a Franchisor's disclosure obligations to a prospective Franchisee or Franchisee - the Franchising Code of Conduct requires...

Tips to Minimise Cyber Fraud

Cyber fraud or cyber crime is becoming an increasing threat for individuals and business. Cyber fraud involves unauthorised and criminal...

International Trade Marks

If you operate a Business in Australia and have registered one or more trade marks for trade mark protection in Australia, it is...

Franchising and Covid-19

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to widespread loss of employment, business closures or the winding back of business...

Franchise Territory Selection

Franchise territory selection has a direct impact on the viability of a franchised business and the franchise system. Identifying the...

Removal of Trade Mark for Non Use

Notwithstanding that a trade mark owner may have registered a mark in Australia, registration on its own is not sufficient to ensure the...

Restraint Clauses in Franchise Agreements

Franchise agreements often include restraint clauses or non-compete clauses aimed at restricting the franchisee and related parties...

Franchise Marketing Funds

The Franchising Code of Conduct regulates the conduct of participants within the franchising industry in Australia. One element of that...

Franchising and Good Faith

The Franchising Code of Conduct regulates the conduct of franchisors and franchisees within the franchising industry in Australia. One of...

Franchisee Illness, Incapacity and Death

What happens if you have entered into a Franchise Agreement and then you (or a Nominated Representative): suffers a more serious illness...

Franchise Conferences

A key element of any successful franchise system is open communications between the franchisor and its franchisees. Franchisors often...

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