ATLANTA Decisions in franchise-related law in 2009 produced new frameworks under which franchisors and franchisees will be doing business in the year ahead, and beyond. Citing four restaurant-industry cases, litigators in the Atlanta-based DLA Piper LLP international law firm this week offered the “Top Nine for '09” legal decisions that they think will be affecting franchisor-franchisee agreements. “The 2009 cases reinforce the importance of franchisors keeping up with the latest ...
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