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Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. represents franchisees in disputes involving over 100 major franchise systems internationally. Due to our success, we have received an enormous amount of attention by the media worldwide. This media coverage has resulted in the public's increasing interest in franchising and demand for information. The following quotes have been selected from articles that feature various cases and clients that Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. have represented. Click on any of the listed links to see each article in full.

Posted on Blog December 19, 2017

EPL #3434, INC. 44402 Valley Central Way Lancaster, CA 93536 Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. Miami Tower 100 S.E. 2nd Street, 2ih Floor Miami, FL 33131-2150 December 11, 2017 Dear Mr. Zarco, Mr. Salkowski and Ms. Lai: Mike and I are writing this as a testimonial to your incredible representation of us in our Read more →

Posted on Blog December 19, 2017

CALIFORNIA JURY FINDS THAT EL POLLO LOCO, INC. VIOLATED THE IMPLIED COVENANT OF GOOD FAITH BY ENCROACHING ON FRANCHISEES’ NON-EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY AND BY FAILING TO OFFER ENCROACHING RESTAURANTS TO NEARBY FRANCHISEES LANCASTER, CA, December 18, 2017— El Pollo Loco, Inc. (Nasdaq: LOCO), the nation’s leading fire-grilled chicken chain, breached the implied covenant of good faith Read more →

Posted on Franchise Law, Franchise Law News, Uncategorized February 14, 2017

Franchisors and franchisees enter into what is known as a holdover period when a franchise agreement has expired, but the franchisee continues daily operations. A holdover period may be unlawful when a franchisee has continued to use the franchisor’s trademark without permission. In those situations, franchisors may be entitled to treble damages under the Lanham Read more →

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Posted on Franchise Law, Franchise Law News, Uncategorized February 14, 2017

Franchised small businesses within the State of Florida are not adequately protected under Florida law. Yet, inexplicably, current laws provide security for business owners that operate large automobile dealerships, agricultural equipment dealerships as well as beer distributors and other special industries. It is unjust that similar protections do not exist for the thousands of restaurants, Read more →

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Posted on Blog, Franchise Law, Restrictive Covenants in Franchising January 5, 2017

Franchise agreements typically include in-term non-compete covenants, which restrict competition during the term of the franchise agreement, and often include a post-term covenant that restricts competition following the termination or expiration of the agreement. These provisions routinely ban competition within a certain radius of the franchised location and sometimes within the territory of other franchisees Read more →

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  • 06/06/2018

    Supplement Maker Can’t Prove Consent Judgment Violated Author: Emma Cueto
    Publication: Law 360

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  • 05/18/2018

    El Pollo Loco Verdict Makes ‘New Law,’ Attorney Says Author: Beth Ewen
    Publication: Franchise Times

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