Jennifer conducts a broad commercial litigation practice with an emphasis on assisting franchisors with their business critical disputes, including defending claims under Ontario’s Arthur Wishart Act for rescission, breach of the duty of good faith, statutory misrepresentation, and interference with the right to associate, enforcing terminations, and defending franchise group and class actions. Jennifer also handles intellectual property matters (including trade-mark and copyright infringement, domain name disputes, and the protection of trade secrets and confidential information), defamation (including statements made via the Internet), privacy, and employment. Jennifer has expertise in the area of injunctions and emergency applications, especially regarding the enforcement of restrictive covenants against franchisees, dealers, distributors, licensees or departing senior employees. Jennifer has appeared before all levels of the Ontario and Federal Courts. Prior to commencing her litigation practice at Osler, she clerked for the Chief Justice of the Ontario Court (General Division) from 1991 to 1992. Jennifer is very active on social media. You can connect with her on www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferdolman and www.twitter.com/jenniferdolman. Jennifer also writes a regular online franchise column for the FP Entrepreneur. Her posts are available at: http://business.financialpost.com/author/fpjenniferdolman/.