Amusement Parks

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What’s an Exclusive Territory?

The extent of a franchisee’s territorial rights is the subject of Item 12 of the franchise disclosure document (FDD). One of the questions franchisors must address in Item 12 is whether the territory is exclusive....more

Summertime Safety: Rollercoasters, Bounce Houses and Other Dangers

Amusement parks are supposed to be amusing – filled with family fun and a great place for older teens to meet up with friends without hovering parents. Unfortunately, they are not always what they are supposed to be, and...more

Tilt-a-Whirl Trademark, Not a Service Mark?

It is State Fair time again in Minnesota, so let’s examine the Tilt-a-Whirl brand. The brand originated in Minnesota almost 90 years ago, after the amusement park ride was invented by Herbert Sellner of Faribault, Minnesota....more

Weekly Law Resume - January 24, 2013: Risky Business: California Extends The Primary Assumption Of Risk Doctrine

Smriti Nalwa v. Cedar Fair, L.P. SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA (December 31, 2012) The primary assumption of risk doctrine prevents liability from attaching to operators, instructors, and participants in specific...more

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