7-ELEVEN Patel Franchise Lawsuit Alleges 7-11 “Storm Trooper” Tactics

UnhappyFranchisee.Com By Sean Kelly 7-ELEVEN Patel Franchise Lawsuit Alleges 7-11 “Storm Trooper” Tactics Posted: March 19, 2014 A lawsuit filed against 7-Eleven, Inc. yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California alleges that the convenience store giant is using “storm trooper” tactics to illegally seize valuable franchise rights from its franchisees …

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7-ELEVEN Franchise Lawsuit Alleges Stalking and Harrassment of 7-11 Franchisee

UnhappyFranchisee.com By Sean Kelly 7-ELEVEN Franchise Lawsuit Alleges Stalking and Harrassment of 7-11 Franchisee Posted: March 19, 2014 A successful, multi-unit franchise owner who was the 2008 Franchisee of the Year is suing 7-Eleven, Inc. for stalking, harrassment, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and for running him down outside a CVS Pharmacy. [It’s the 2nd …

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7-Eleven Exploiting Franchisees, Lawsuit Claims

Huffington Post By Jillian Berman 7-Eleven Exploiting Franchisees, Lawsuit Claims Posted: 08/01/2013 4:08 pm EDT                 A group of five 7-Eleven franchisees claim in a new lawsuit that the corporation manages their stores so tightly that they’re more like employees than business owners, and therefore should be paid …

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Supporters of former 7-Eleven owners protest every Saturday

THE PRESS ENTERPRISE   PE.com | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern California BY LAURIE LUCAS February 07, 2014; 10:52 AM Dev Patel, wife Lisa and Aria, 2 months and Jeremiah, 2, in their Corona home.Dev is fighting to get back his parents’ franchised store, the 7-Eleven at Magnolia and Jurupa avenues in Riverside.  …

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The Domino Effect: Healthcare Reform’s Impact on Job Market and Rise in Unfair Termination

The Domino Effect: Healthcare Reform’s Impact on Job Market and Rise in Unfair Termination By: Louis D. Tambaro Have you recently noticed a difference in the way your employer handles staffing and hiring for the business? Have you witnessed or heard rumors about significant middle management layoffs or threats of layoffs? Has your company resorted …

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The Special Needs Trust Fairness Act of 2013 Aims to Remedy a Significant Inequity for Individuals with Disabilities

By: Kristen DeNoia By way of a seemingly simple drafting error, Congress has written a significant inequity into law. The current language of the Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1993 (“OBRA”) assumes that an individual with disabilities lacks the capacity to enter into a contract. This law allows individuals with disabilities, under 65 years old, to …

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