Business Law News 2020, ISSUE 1
- Accidental Franchises-What You Don't Know Can Hurt Your Client
- Business Law News Editorial Team
- Business Law News Table of Contents
- Executive Committee: Message from the Chair
- Executive Committee of the Business Law Section 2019-2020
- Han v. Hallberg: Playing Pick-up Sticks with Presta Logic
- Message from the Editor
- Recovering Contractual Attorneys' Fees in Bankruptcy Litigation
- Standing Committee Officers of the Business Law Section 2019-2020
- The Forthcoming California Lawyers Association Bls Opinions Committee Sample Ucc Opinion: Something for All Transactional Lawyers (Ucc, Real Estate, Securities, or otherwise) Who Give, Review, or Receive Legal Opinions on California Law
- Workarounds for Plaintiffs & Lawyers Under New Tax Law
- The Current Plight of the California Franchise Business Model
The Current Plight of the California Franchise Business Model
Grant Nigolian is a certified specialist in Franchise & Distribution Law, has served as a commissioner for the Franchise Distribution Law Advisory Commission for the State Bar and served as a member of the Franchise Law Committee for the BLS since 2010. Grant is currently a member of Executive Committee for the BLS.
Do the amendments to California’s Labor Code, Unemployment Insurance Code, and Industrial Wage Orders within California’s Assembly Bill number 5 (AB 5) constitute a violation of procedural due process rights when applied to the franchise business model? This article takes a closer look at the constitutionality of AB 5.