ACCC calls for tougher penalties for dodgy franchisors, but advocates say it needs to “man up” on improving disclosure

SmartCompany, October 15, 2018

ACCC deputy chair Mick Keogh has given voice to the competition watchdog’s calls for tougher penalties for dodgy franchisors ahead of the deadline for a Senate inquiry report into unscrupulous behaviour in the franchising sector.

In a speech delivered to the national Franchise Convention Legal Symposium in Melbourne over the weekend, Keogh said that the franchising code was “not as effective” as it could be. READ MORE: https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/franchising/accc-tougher-penalties-dodgy-franchisors-advocates-man-up-improving-disclosure/

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