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Wisconsin's Fair Dealership Law: 50 Years and Counting 2024

Product ID: CA3639R2
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Fair and square

The Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law (WFDL) has shaped the state’s economy for decades. The WFDL governs supplier and dealer relationships while providing protections to dealers’ business operations and employees. But parties who are subject to the WDFL’s lofty cause and notice standards have criticized the WFDL as vague and protectionist. Although the WFDL has been the subject of extensive litigation, with more than 500 decisions interpreting it since it was enacted in 1974, there are several issues yet to be resolved.1  

At Wisconsin’s Fair Dealership Law: 50 Years and Counting, delve into the current landscape of WFDL decisions and developments. You’ll start with an overview of the WFDL, then go on to explore key developments since 1974. You will learn:

  • The purposes of the WFDL
  • What qualifies as a dealership?
  • What qualifies as a “protected relationship”?
  • The expanded definition of “grantor”
  • What duties does a grantor owe to a grantee?
  • How a “community of interest” is defined
  • When a dealership is considered to be “situated in” Wisconsin
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Pricing

Member $119.00

Non-Member $169.00

Credits

1.5 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, June 03, 202412:00 PM - 1:15 PM CT

Add to Calendar 6/3/2024 12:00:00 PM 6/3/2024 1:15:00 PM America/Chicago Wisconsin's Fair Dealership Law: 50 Years and Counting 2024

Fair and square

The Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law (WFDL) has shaped the state’s economy for decades. The WFDL governs supplier and dealer relationships while providing protections to dealers’ business operations and employees. But parties who are subject to the WDFL’s lofty cause and notice standards have criticized the WFDL as vague and protectionist. Although the WFDL has been the subject of extensive litigation, with more than 500 decisions interpreting it since it was enacted in 1974, there are several issues yet to be resolved.1  

At Wisconsin’s Fair Dealership Law: 50 Years and Counting, delve into the current landscape of WFDL decisions and developments. You’ll start with an overview of the WFDL, then go on to explore key developments since 1974. You will learn:

  • The purposes of the WFDL
  • What qualifies as a dealership?
  • What qualifies as a “protected relationship”?
  • The expanded definition of “grantor”
  • What duties does a grantor owe to a grantee?
  • How a “community of interest” is defined
  • When a dealership is considered to be “situated in” Wisconsin
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Fair and square

The Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law (WFDL) has shaped the state’s economy for decades. The WFDL governs supplier and dealer relationships while providing protections to dealers’ business operations and employees. But parties who are subject to the WDFL’s lofty cause and notice standards have criticized the WFDL as vague and protectionist. Although the WFDL has been the subject of extensive litigation, with more than 500 decisions interpreting it since it was enacted in 1974, there are several issues yet to be resolved.1  

At Wisconsin’s Fair Dealership Law: 50 Years and Counting, delve into the current landscape of WFDL decisions and developments. You’ll start with an overview of the WFDL, then go on to explore key developments since 1974. You will learn:

  • The purposes of the WFDL
  • What qualifies as a dealership?
  • What qualifies as a “protected relationship”?
  • The expanded definition of “grantor”
  • What duties does a grantor owe to a grantee?
  • How a “community of interest” is defined
  • When a dealership is considered to be “situated in” Wisconsin
Read More ↓

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