Jan 21, 2016 - Blog by |

Franchisor advocates who are constantly yelling ‘the sky is falling’ in the face of new franchise legislation should take great  solace in recent Minnesota federal court decisions that have blasted gaping holes in the Minnesota Franchise Act. Ironically, the MFA, which was enacted to provide heightened legal protection to franchisees and dealers, is itself serving as the fulcrum for the erosion of some legal rights that franchisees had before the MFA was passed. See Minnesota Franchise Lawyer’s Franchise Review Dooms Fraud Claims of Franchisees and Franchise Fraud and the Wizard of Oz, in Pulse, both by Jeffrey Goldstein. 

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