Lawfully “Terminated” Motorcycle Dealer Retains Right to Recover Damages
Very often, bad facts produce judicial pronouncements that ostensibly appear logically tortured, but which, upon closer observation, reflect the Court’s attempt to exercise its perception of good judgment and fundamental fairness. On November 26, 2013, a California appellate court provided an example of this phenomenon.
California Court Imposes Strict Product Liability On Car Dealer
Earlier this week, in an unpublished opinion, a California appellate court imposed strict products liability on a Ventura County car dealership despite its limited role as a non-profiting, “pass-through” participant of a car sale between General Motors and the customer.
The Elegance of Franchising
The word “elegance” can be defined as “ingeniously simple.” Put another way elegance is combining effectiveness with simplicity. If your business depends on several retail units to reach your customers, franchising may well be the most elegant business structure available to you. Here’s what you should consider.