Posted Thu, 2014-08-14 23:51 by Don Sniegowski, BlueMauMau SACRAMENTO – California’s assembly voted Thursday morning to pass a bill that aims to strengthen good faith and fair dealing between franchisors and franchisees. The final tally was 41 ayes and 27 nays. Senate Bill 610 has now been passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee, a full vote on the...
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This is a small but very important victory for franchisees everywhere. Notwithstanding a major opposition from the International Franchise Association, franchisee interests I have received a major boost from the California Assembly. Now back to the Senate to approve the amended bill, and onto the governor’s desk.
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Starting a business requires a lot of gumption. Entrepreneurs often quit stable jobs, invest their savings, or max out credit cards to get a business started, and endure months or even years of furious work without much return. A franchise, in contrast, can seem like a safer bet. In return for a franchise fee and ongoing royalties, a franchisee expects six very...
Calling California Franchisees: Fair Franchising Legislation SB-610 Capitol Visits, Tuesday August 5
From Keith Miller, Chairman of the Coalition of Franchise Associations (CFA) And endorsed by AAFD Chairman, Robert Purvin Dear California Franchisee or Franchisee Leader, As I told you a few days ago, we are planning visits at the Capitol to support Senate Bill 610 on Tuesday, August 5th. We will meet by 9:00AM at the offices of Pane and Pane. The address is:...