Changing Face of Arbitration: The Simple Becomes Complex

, New York Law Journal

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In his Franchising column, Rupert M. Barkoff of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton writes: With the advent of 'Khan' and 'Leegin', the advice previously given by lawyers on these subjects has been stood on its head. When franchisor clients ask whether they can require their franchisees not to charge more than X for their goods or services, our advice before was a clear "no." Now, that advice is: "perhaps."

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