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Highberger certified the class action late Friday afternoon allowing 3500 owners of The UPS Store to present their claims that UPS and its affiliated companies violated California law, including the California Franchise Investment Law that protects franchisees from deception.
Relying on the policy underlying the application of the California Franchise Investment Law, the court concluded that Pennsylvania law was contrary to the fundamental public policy of California embodied in the CFIL and that, as a result, "the choice-of-law provision in the parties' agreement [was] unenforceable for purposes of determining the validity of the arbitration provision.
The appeals court confirmed that any UPS store franchise who converted to UPS through the conversion date of March 2003 have standing to sue UPS under California Franchise Investment Law.
3 under the California Franchise Investment Law has been submitted to the California Office of Administrative Law and is expected to become effective in early 2001.
After being terminated as a U-Haul dealer, David Thueson sued U-Haul claiming that by terminating his dealership contract without cause, U-Haul violated California franchise investment laws, unfair competition laws and antitrust laws.
offered franchises to numerous California residents even though the offer of the franchises had not been registered with the Department, as required under the California Franchise Investment Law.
PLB agreements are clearly franchises under the California Franchise Investment Law.