The franchising distribution method has been embraced by almost every industry in the modern industrialized world. Although there is no federal law regarding how franchisors must treat their dealers and franchisees, there are a few federal industry-specific franchise laws that govern franchise and distribution relationships in larger industries, such as the petroleum and automobile industries. Some state-specific laws mirror these federal laws, while some others go further, regulating additional industries including alcohol and farm equipment, for example. Last, in some states, regardless of industry, all franchise relationships are subject to general franchise relationship laws. Franchising Law Firm Goldstein Law and Jeff Goldstein, who has over three decades of broad experience in complex commercial litigation in franchising, has handled cases in almost every industry that has been franchised.

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