3 edition of Franchise and Distribution Law Developments, 2002 found in the catalog.
Franchise and Distribution Law Developments, 2002
October 2002 by ABA Forum .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ronald K. Gardner (Editor), Dennis E. Wieczorek (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Get this from a library. Annual franchise and distribution law developments, [Ronald K Gardner; Dennis E Wieczorek]. A review of the past year's judicial development in franchise and distribution law.
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Annual Franchise and Distribution Law Developments ; Insights and Events. 10/19/ Annual Franchise and Distribution Law Developments ABA 40th Annual Forum on Franchising. Event. Speaker(s) Corby Cochran Anderson. Thursday, Octo AM - AM PST Palm Desert, CA. Co-Author: Clay A. Tillack. A review of the past year's judicial developments in franchise and distribution law.
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These articles were first published in Getting the Deal Through - Franchise, (contributing editor Philip F. Zeidman).