2014 – First NLRB Shots Against the Franchise Model. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is considering revising its long-established joint employer test, a change which may threaten the current franchise model. The current legal standard, which has existed since 1984, is that only legally...
Gary R. Duvall
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- California Franchise Relations Act
- Consumer Privacy Compliance Practices by Franchisees
- Data Breach
- Discriminatory Work Scheduling Restrictions
- How Franchisors can Avoid Liability under NLRB Labor Law
- How to Avoid Employer Liability to Franchisee’s Employees
- NLRB Joint Employer Ruling
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