Examining Alternative Dispute Resolution Clauses in Franchise Agreements


Meyers v. Conehead Investments, Inc.

By Mulcahy LLP on December 17, 2013

In Meyers v. Conehead Investments, Inc. (Los Angeles County Superior Court) the firm represented a Cold Stone Creamery franchise and prevailed on a cutting edge question regarding the enforceability of an arbitration provision in a franchise agreement. “The law is now becoming very clear in California. Franchisors need to look at the arbitration provisions in their agreements, which may be subject to the possibility that they will not be enforced and that they will not be able to pursue arbitration,” said Jim Mulcahy in public comments quoted in the press. April 2007 Los Angeles Daily Journal, National Law Journal.

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