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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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  • 05/17/2019

    National Jack in the Box Franchisee Association Issues Statement on Management’s Refusal to Address Franchisee Concerns During Q2 Earnings Call Author: Jennifer Webb at Coltrin & Associates
    Publication: Business Wire

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  • 04/25/2019

    BURGER KING DISMISSES ITS SUIT AGAINST A LARGE FRANCHISEE The 37 locations in Southern Texas owned by Guillermo Perales will remain open. Author: Jonathan Maze
    Publication: Restaurant Business

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