Franchising and Antitrust Law

 
 
 
 
 

December 2014, Volume 93, No. 12



Addressing the Needs of Twenty-First Century Lawyers and Their Clients
by Thomas C. Rombach


A Legal-Writing Carol
by Mark Cooney


Unique Aspects of Litigating Federal False Claims Act Cases
by Patricia A. Stamler


A Conversation About Antitrust: What Michigan Practitioners Must Know
by Heather J. E. Simmons and Steven J. Cernak


Seven Common Technology Mistakes by Law Firms
by Matt LaMaster


Different from the Others
by Tish Vincent


Book Review: Judicial Deceit
by John R. Runyan


Section Briefs

 

Preemption and the Michigan Franchise Investment Law
by Derek D. McLeod and Brian Witus


No-Reliance Provisions: Making Franchising Safer for Fraud
by Howard Yale Lederman


The Accidental Franchise
by David L. Steinberg and Moe Shrikian


Indirect Purchaser Claims Under the Michigan Antitrust Reform Act: Should They Be Evaluated Under the AGC Test?
by Paul F. Novak


Don't Settle for Less? Antitrust Risks of Settling Your Intellectual Property Lawsuit After Actavis
by Frederick R. Juckniess

 

Up Front


Michigan Lawyers in History: Maurice Sugar


Index to Volume 93 - 2014

 
     

 

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