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Franchise Asset Buyer Didn’t Inherit Seller’s Unemployment Tax Experience Rating

M&A Stories November 2, 2020 Introduction A company’s unemployment insurance liability depends upon its experience rating; the employee turnover history of the business. A buyer of the assets of a business usually starts with a lower unemployment liability than the

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Expert Can Testify That GM Was Unreasonable in Disapproving Dealership Sale

M&A Stories October 20, 2020 Introduction Selling your franchise business usually requires the consent of the franchisor, whether you own a Subway franchise or an auto dealership. However, state law generally requires the franchisor to be reasonable in this approval

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Franchisee’s Fight with Franchisor Costs It a Sale of its Franchise

Introduction This is a story of a broken deal: a sale of a restaurant franchise that did not happen because of a dispute with the franchisor. The deal The case here involved a franchise for seven Tim Hortons restaurants located

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