Avoiding and Managing System-Wide Litigation in International Franchising

20 October 2010 Publication
Authors: Michael J. Lockerby

International Journal of Franchising Law

Foley Partner Michael Lockerby co-authored an article that appeared in the International Journal of Franchising Law: Volume 8, Issue 4 (2010), titled "Avoiding and Managing System-Wide Litigation in International Franchising." The authors advise manufacturers and franchisors on how to manage or avoid class action and other system-wide litigation against independent dealers, distributors and franchisees. Lockerby provides perspective on U.S. litigation in the franchise system, examining in detail the class action experience in the United States.

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