Statutory Prohibitions that Protect Franchisees from Releases

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Nicole Liguori Micklich and Michael V. Pepe, Can't Give it Away: Statutory Prohibitions That Protect Franchisees from Releases, FRANCHISE LAW JOURNAL, Vol 30, no. 3 (Winter 2011).

Problems begin for franchisors when they seek to include language in the franchise agreement that bargains around statutory prohibitions of release language. This article features an exhaustive state-by-state survey of statutory provisions concerning releases in franchise and dealership acts, including a chart that details each state's statutory and regulatory requirements.

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