ORLANDO – Franchisee attorney Lee Abrams had no problem playing along with last year's American Bar Association Forum on Franchising's theme in its plenary session, "If I Had a Wizard's Wand," expressing his wish for franchise law reform.
The U.S. Capitol Building from Pennsylvania Avenue. photo/bmm
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Associate Professor Elizabeth Crawford Spencer discusses why a revision of franchise regulation is necessary in this final part of her two-part interview. Spencer's timely book comes out as major legislation to curb franchising abuse has emerged from New England to California, from Canada's Manitoba to South Australia.
ABA Forum on Franchising's social gathering helps Baltimore's needy
BALTIMORE — A day after the 34th annual American Bar Association Forum on Franchising came to a close, a record number of the nation's franchise attorneys stayed in town to prepare meals with Baltimore's Moveable Feast organization to help the community's homeless and needy.
Franchise lawyers will gather at the 34th ABA Forum on Franchising from October 19-21. Co-chair Mike Lindsey told me he thinks attorneys attending this year's event will be abuzz about several major lawsuits.
SAN DIEGO – Last week’s ABA Forum on Franchising, themed as Franchising: Some Like It HOT! drew a crowd of 751 to the Hotel Del Coronado for its 33rd annual event, mainly to talk about “hot” litigation that promises to set trends in franchising.