Franchising is strongly regulated nationally

Despite many franchise businesses being international, no two countries have the same franchise rules. In the preface to the global report "The Franchise Law Review", which gives an overview of how franchising is regulated in 32 jurisdictions, it is written that: "As will be apparent from the chapters of this book, there continues to be no homogeneous approach to the regulation of franchising around the world".

"The Franchise Law Review" has asked Plesner Partner Jacob Ørskov Rasmussen to represent Denmark in the review and to answer the most important questions about franchising under Danish law. In recent years Plesner has acquired considerable expertise in franchising. 

The Danish chapter in "The Franchise Law Review" can be read here

Latest news on Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts

Corporate Law