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NORWAY: Appeal Court decision on immediate termination, identification between franchisee and owner and how to prove a loss.
NORWAY, 15 July 2019
In a recent decision from the Appeal Court (Eidsivating lagmannsrett, LE-2018-63987), the court found that the franchisor had terminated the franchise agreement with immediate effect without sufficient cause. However, the franchisee was not entitled to damages as no losses were documented.
NORWAY, 12 March 2018
As in any well-crafted contract, the Franchise Agreement is designed to balance the needs of the franchisor to protect its concept and ensure consistency in how each of its licensees operates under the brand.
NORWAY, 14 December 2017
Carpe Diem AS (Carpe Diem) and Sito AS (Sito) are two franchisees operating McDonald's restaurants in Norway. Franchisor is McDonald's Norway AS. Since 2010, the McDonald's-restaurants in Norway had sold hamburgers and cheeseburgers for 10 kroner (about 1 euro), which resulted in a loss for each hamburger/cheeseburger sold. The decision to set the recommended price to €1 was made by McCoop in...
NORWAY, 16 October 2017
In Norway distributors have no automatic right of compensation when the (distribution) agreement is terminated.
NORWAY: Changes to the rules on non-competition, non-solicitation and non-recruitment clauses in employment agreements.
NORWAY, 14 September 2016
As of 1 st January 2016 Norway has implemented substantial changes to the rules regarding non-competition, non-solicitation and non-recruitment clauses in employment agreements. The new regulations can be found in the Working Environment Act ('WEA') chapter 14. Indirectly the new rules will limit the possibility to enforce restrictive covenants that are entered into on an 'entity level' in...
GERMANY, 12 July 2016
Lately, the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) decided (BGH VII ZR 102/15) that any compensatory claim of a distributor doing business outside of Germany but within another Member State of the EU or the EEA cannot be excluded in advance as long as the distribution agreement is subject to German law.
EU: Refit evaluation European Commission of the Council Directive on the coordination of the laws of the Member States relating to self-employed commercial...
EU, 15 September 2015
In December 2012, the European Commission launched a regulatory fitness and performance programme (REFIT). The purpose of the programme is to identify opportunities to reduce regulatory costs and bureaucratic regulations, simplify regulations in order to meet policy goals, and achieve the benefits of EU regulation at the lowest possible cost.
NORWAY, 15 July 2015
The classification of software has emerged as a difficult issue for software companies who employ agents to sell their products.
NORWAY: termination compensation awarded to a Norwegian distributor - based on analogues application of german case law.
NORWAY, 15 October 2013
When a principal is considering whether to appoint a distributor, it is important to ascertain whether such distributor is entitled to any protection similar to those that agents benefit from under the European Council Directive EC/86/653 ('the Directive').
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