The highest court in New York issued a ruling on March 25 which could have major impact on franchisees.
Citing to leading franchise law cases, the Supreme Court of Mississippi issued a blistering attack on unconscionable arbitration clauses and reversed the appellate court.
Requiring three neutral arbitration & prohibiting class actions can render an arbitration clause unenforceable, rules a California appellate court in a case of significant importance to franchisees.
Are high arbitral fees grounds for voiding a fee-splitting provision? A divided NY appellate court reviews US Supreme Court decisions and answers "Yes".