Breach of Contract by My Franchisor

Just as you must abide by the terms of your Franchise Agreement, so must your franchisor. Franchisors sometimes unwittingly breach their franchise agreements or may innocently disagree with franchisees on the requirements of their franchise agreements. Other times, franchisors may knowingly breach franchise agreements, taking the bet that franchisees will not notice or will be unwilling or unable to challenge the franchisor.

We have assisted scores of franchisees facing a breach of their Franchise Agreement by their franchisor. More often than not the matters are resolved without necessitating litigation. When they are not, however, Cooper & Riesterer will pursue legal recourse through the courts to enforce your rights under your Franchise Agreement.

If you are aware or suspect that your franchisor has breached your Franchise Agreement, contact us immediately. Waiting too long can often jeopardize your ability to force the franchisor to correct its actions and make you whole for its breach.

Contact Cooper & Riesterer today: 810.227.3103

The law firm of Cooper & Riesterer, PLC, provides skilled legal services and experienced counsel to clients in Livingston County and throughout Southeast Michigan. We focus our practice on saving our clients time and money by offering: sound legal advice; proactive counsel to avoid future disputes; and effective, efficient resolutions when disputes do arise.

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7900 Grand River Road
Brighton, Michigan 48114
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The southeast Michigan law firm of Cooper & Riesterer, PLC, represents clients throughout the state and country in a wide range of concerns.
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