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Arbitrator Rejects Tilted Kilt's Damage Claim as 'Disproportionate, Unreasonable, Unconscionable and Grossly Oppressive'

In a recent post on this site, I argued that (absent a specific agreement) there is no general requirement that the Awards issued in arbitration must remain secret and that:

The Myth of Secrecy (and Other Problems) in Franchise Arbitration

Arbitration is heralded as a way of providing for the just and efficient resolution of disputes.  Frequently arbitration fulfills this promise, but too often it does not. 

In Memoriam of Richard Solomon

One of the great pleasures of being a franchise lawyer is meeting great lawyers, and great people all across the country. Richard Solomon of Texas has been at the top of my list for many years, and so it is with sadness I learned Richard passed away,  peacefully, on May 19.

Support the Arbitration Fairness Act of 2009

Currently pending in the United States Congress is an important piece of legislation that all franchisees should enthusiastically support.