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FOLEY & LARDNER LLP: 28th Annual Law of Product Distribution & Franchise Seminar – Dallas

By Press release submission | Oct 23, 2019

Foley & Lardner LLP issued the following announcement on.

28th Annual Law of Product Distribution & Franchise Seminar – Dallas

24 October 2019 Dallas, TX Event

LOCATION:

Foley Gardere

2021 McKinney Avenue

Suite 1600

Dallas, TX 75201

CONTACT INFORMATION:

David Wise

dwise@foley.com

Manufacturers and franchisors know that healthy relationships with key distributors, dealers, and franchisees that offer goods and services under their trademarks are key to productivity and profits. Of course, relationships have rules, and keeping them healthy is all about knowing and respecting those rules but also understanding what to do when rules are broken. At least with respect to the laws and regulations that govern distribution and franchise relationships, Foley & Lardner LLP is here to help.

For the past 27 years, Foley has offered more than 600 presentations to thousands of appreciative participants during its nationally attended Law of Product Distribution & Franchise Seminar, and the 28th annual seminar will continue that tradition this year. Please plan to join us in Dallas on October 24. Attorneys who attend can receive CLE credit, but non-lawyers who attend find the presentations helpful as well.

Topics will include:

Just Inviting a Hostage Crisis? Exclusivity Pros, Cons, and Practical Advice | Trent Johnson

State(s) of Confusion: Defining the Relationship Under State Distribution Laws | Tim Patterson and Betsy Stone

“I’ll Be Back”: How to Avoid Hearing Those Words When You’re the Terminator | Jeff Simmons

One-on-One Meetings with Franchisees, Dealers & Distributors: Dos and Don’ts | Leslie Smith

The Franchisor’s Dilemma: Non-Uniformity versus Vicarious Liability | Coleman Lechner

Common Antitrust issues in Distribution & Franchise Relationships | Kate Gehl

Alternatives to Resale Price Maintenance: Enforcement of Minimum Advertised Price Policies | Bobbi Howell

In the Crosshairs: “No Poach” Agreements in Distribution & Franchising | Elizabeth Haas and Jessie Beringer

Growing The Next Generation: Business Succession Planning in Your Network | Nate Imfeld

How to Defend Against Claims You Are a Joint Employer – Latest Updates | Peter Loh

Plan B: Bankruptcy Alternatives for the Financially Troubled Franchisee | Matt Lee and Jason Binford

To Arbitrate or Not? The Jury is Still Out | Mike Lockerby and Sarah Howard

Top 10 Cases of 2018-19 | Connor Sabatino

Regulatory Issues for the Supply Chain: Product Compliance, sustainability, and Beyond| Pete Tomasi

The Supply Chain Desk Reference | Kate Wegrzyn

When Your Growing International Distribution Relationship Goes South: The International Arbitration Journey, From Contracting Through The Hearing | Vanessa Miller

Managing International Distribution Relationships | Greg Husisian and Jenlain Scott:

Managing the International Supply Chain & Sellers: Executing New U.S. Government Expectations for Suppliers & Business Partners

Managing Risk & International Investigations at Suppliers, Business Partners, and Distributors

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Anti-Corruption by Compliance | John Turlais

Expanding Distribution in Latin America | Marco Najera and Marcos Carrasco

Original source can be found here.

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