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Posts from September 2016.
By Beata Krakus, Dominique de Vastey on September 28, 2016 at 10:44 AM

Sacramento Capital Building, downtown Sacramento, CaliforniaCalifornia’s governor recently vetoed legislation that had intended to make it easier for franchisors and franchisees to do business in the state. While the vetoes came as no surprise, they are disappointing from a franchise perspective.

AB 1782 (Limited Trade Show Exception) and AB 2637 (Negotiated Sales) — which the State Bar of California’s Franchise Law Committee, the International Franchise Association and the Coalition of Franchisee Associations each supported — were vetoed Sept. 22, 2016, by California Gov. Jerry Brown.

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By Thomas Ligouri on September 8, 2016 at 9:12 AM

Laptop with filing cabinetMore and more franchise registration states are offering the option to submit franchise applications either electronically or in hard copy. As of June 30, 2016, Wisconsin franchise filers now find themselves required to e-file all future franchise applications. 

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