Reversing Judge Scheindlin, the 2d Circuit Ct of Appeals says that repeated failure to disclose serving as a "neutral" on a related case does not warrant vacatur of the arbitral award.
A claim against the US government under the "Takings" clause of the Constitution will proceed notwithstanding prior bankruptcy court litigation.
The Hockey Enterprises saga continues, with an interesting twist.
Ultimately the Supreme Court is going to have to decide this one. The score is now 5-5 with one abstaining.
In a case of first impression, Idaho Supreme Court holds that Operations Manual directives do not constitute sufficient control to hold a franchisor vicariously liable.
Choice-of-law provisions may be void as a matter of public policy when determining if someone is an independent contractor or employee, says the Ninth Circuit.
A woman claiming Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after being hit with a spatula at McDonalds lost her attempt to hold MCD and the franchisee vicariously liable.
An advertising company purporting to work on behalf of Franchise Gator has been sanctioned by a California court.
Kids still read books, but nobody uses Quill, pens the Tennessee Court of Appeals in reversing the lower court and finding that nexus exists even without agents or a physical presence.<
Franchisors reliant on keeping unused gift card money are out of luck in New Jersey.
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