Franchise Fraud & Misrepresentation in California
Protecting Franchisees from Unfair Practices
Legally defined, fraud is an act of professional misconduct that utilizes
unfair or unlawful practices to secure financial gain from another party.
Fraud is an act of deceit, and perpetrators must be held accountable.
Unfortunately, franchisees and franchisors often become entangled in legal
disputes involving misrepresentation and fraud.
We understand it can be upsetting when your rights have been violated,
you have been taken advantage of, or your interests have been jeopardized. Our
franchise lawyer in Los Angeles can represent you as you seek justice and compensation
for the wrongs committed against you and your business.
Franchise Legal Support, we have dedicated more than 30 years of practice to helping franchisees
with various types of legal action, including pursuing compensation for
damages and expenses incurred when addressing unfair practices. We understand
your needs and your position since our lead attorney has been a franchisee himself.
Representation in Franchise Agreement Disputes
Even in the world of franchises, it is not uncommon for franchisors and
franchisees to mislead one another. We have represented and mediated many
cases for franchisees who have been misled or fraudulently victimized.
We can help guide you through the process of reviewing a franchise agreement
and help you understand your rights and duties before signing.
Examples of franchise fraud can include the following:
- Modifications in a franchise agreement without first seeking approval
- Breach of contract
- Misrepresentation of profits or royalties
- Excessive fees and costs
- Unlawful termination of a franchise agreement
Franchisors typically have the upper hand in many fraud cases. Although
they may have more access to resources and funds, we reassure you that
franchisees have the right to take legal action as well. Franchise Legal
Support is dedicated to representing franchisees and small business owners
making an honest living and realizing their entrepreneurial dreams.
Are You a Victim of Franchise Fraud? Contact Franchise Legal Support!
Do you think your franchisor has violated a term in a contract? Do you
suspect your franchisor has misrepresented information in any way? Allow
us to help you protect your interests and rights so that you can keep
running your business or terminate a business agreement.
Contact Franchise Legal Support today and request a consultation if you have been the victim of fraud.