This article reviews a bill recently proposed by a Massachusetts state senator which aims to make it more difficult for a franchisor to terminate a franchisee in that state (alternatively, the bill can be thought of as protecting a franchisee against certain types of bad-faith terminations of their franchise agreements). The article spells out the details of the proposed bill, which could have a great impact to both sides of the franchisor/franchisee relationship if passed.
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Massachusetts Franchise Bill Proposed Concerning Franchise Terminations: What does S.1843 Mean for Franchisors