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Heads of Agreement, and other similar preliminary agreements, are entered into by parties who contemplate that a further, more formal, agreement will be signed. Yet lawyers are frequently in a dilemma as to whether Heads of Agreement are binding or not. Why is there a dilemma? Can any doubt be removed?
In this Q&A Session, Glen Pauline, Barrister & accredited Mediator discusses the new Franchising Code of Conduct, its purpose and application. Glen also outlines mediation under the Code, the Court’s approach to interpreting provisions under the Code, the effect of Code breaches by the franchisor and relevant cases.
Presented by consultant Jenny Bailey, this session is for barristers who deal with clients who are upset and emotional. The session will help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your practice, and help you improve your relationship with your clients to improve satisfaction – even if they don’t get the result they were after.