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Latest Franchise Business Lawsuits

Lawsuits in the business world are pretty commonplace. Some of biggies like BP and Enron come to mind, along with Microsoft and Apple. Corporate lawyers shuffle a lot of paperwork around, sometimes for years.

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In the franchise business world, lawsuits happen, too. Sometimes franchisees sue franchisors. Franchisors sometimes even sue franchisees. Sometimes, the parties settle. For a lot of money.

Part of your franchise research should always include finding out about any legal issues that the franchisor you’re thinking about partnering with is experiencing. Use a franchise attorney.

Maybe you can avoid some legal storms…


The Quiznos sandwich chain has been in the news a lot, but not because it’s sandwich recipes have been stolen. Lots of lawyers are making lots of money because of Quiznos. Read about Quiznos lawsuits.

Sometimes, the threat of a lawsuit, (even from an angry diet-conscious lady or two) is enough to cause huge franchises like McDonald’s too freak out a bit. Read about the McDonald’s Happy Meal Lawsuits.

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Franchisees do get sued. These charming folks allegedly used marketing money to help pay for their kids education. Read about these Dunkin’ Donut franchisees.

Finally, if there was a way to avoid a lawsuit, would you want to know “how to do it?” Read about those Darn Franchise Lawsuits, which includes some great tips.

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I'm The Franchise King®, Joel Libava. I help prospective franchise owners avoid bank account emptying mistakes.
For 23 years, I’ve been showing people how to make smart, informed decisions on franchises to buy, and I can help you, too!
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