FranchisingRupert M. Barkoff, New York Law Journal
Arbitration Should Not Be That Bad—From the Franchisee's Perspective
In his Franchising column, Rupert M. Barkoff writes that there are two significant advantages for franchisors in adopting arbitration: no jury trials, and preventing class actions. But whether an arbitration proceeding is more likely to bring adverse consequences to franchisees than a judicial proceeding is an open question. Some anecdotal evidence indicates the results might not be meaningfully different.
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