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FRANCHISOR 101: State Taxes on Franchise Fees

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Franchisors collect weekly or monthly "franchise fees." In many cases, fees are for particular services, such as marketing assistance or IT support. In franchising, the parties may be in any number of different states: for...more

Actually, Hotel Franchise Agreements Are Negotiable

There is a widespread assumption that brand franchise agreements are not negotiable. This assumption is so prevalent that many real estate investors will devote substantial effort to negotiating the terms of a hotel purchase...more

FRANCHISEE 101: A Perpetual Franchise

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When a franchisee "buys into" a franchise system by paying an "initial franchise fee," the franchisee is typically purchasing the right to use the franchisor's trademarks and business system for an initial term that lasts a...more

FRANCHISOR 101: Outdated FDDs and Unregistered Franchises

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The California Department of Business Oversight ("DBO") recently issued three Orders against franchisors for violating California's franchise laws....more

Oregon Supreme Court: Right of Way Fee Can Be Levied on Internet Revenues

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Big news yesterday from the Oregon Supreme Court: The City of Eugene, Ore. may lawfully impose a fee on Comcast’s use of rights of way to provide cable modem service/Internet service. Cable operators like Comcast...more

FRANCHISEE 101: "Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right"

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At one time or another, many people have occasion to be renters who feel mistreated by a landlord. This may be due to delays in repairs, responses, or just turning on the heat. A typical reaction is the temptation to...more

FRANCHISEE 101: Hawaiian Distributor May Be a Franchisee

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A long-standing distributor and licensee of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in Hawaii was entitled to proceed on its claim that the business relationship with Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Inc. was a "franchise" under Hawaii's...more

FCC Proposal for Internet Video Programming Could Threaten Cable Franchise Fees

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

The Federal Communications Commission, in a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released this month, requested public input about whether it should classify certain Internet-based video programmers as “multichannel video...more

Focused on Franchise Law - January 2013

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In This Issue: - Mark Melton Has Become Of Counsel To The Firm - Franchisor 101: Personal Liability In New York For A Franchisor's Owners - Franchisee 101: Beer & Wine Franchisees Enjoy Protection From...more

Focused on Franchise Law - December 2012

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In This Issue: - Franchisor 101: FTC Updates Definition of "Exclusive Territory" - Franchisee 101: No Franchise If You Don't Pay A Fee - Barry Kurtz Honored As 2013 Super Lawyer ...more

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