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Posted on Blog, Franchise Law, Restrictive Covenants in Franchising January 5, 2017

Franchise agreements typically include in-term non-compete covenants, which restrict competition during the term of the franchise agreement, and often include a post-term covenant that restricts competition following the termination or expiration of the agreement. These provisions routinely ban competition within a certain radius of the franchised location and sometimes within the territory of other franchisees Read more →

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