Ruling Favors Wives of Ex-Snap-on Tools Dealers

  Published in the Asbury Park Press 12/29/2004 By David P. Willis, Business Writer   A group of wives of former dealers for Snap-on Tools, a franchise in which tools are sold to mechanics and other businesses out of a truck, have a right to have their lawsuit against the company heard by a jury, …

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NJ Lawsuit Claims 7-Eleven Franchise Program is an Employment Scam

July 30, 2013 by Sean Kelly Individuals invest hundreds of thousands of dollars with the dream of owning their own businesses and being their own bosses as 7-Eleven franchisees. A NJ lawsuit contends that all they’re really buying are low-paying jobs with no equity, no benefits, no overtime and a dishonest, abusive boss. (UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  A lawsuit …

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7-Eleven Sued for Representing Itself as Franchisor

Posted Thu, 2013-08-01 11:22 by Janet Sparks NEWARK – Three years ago, convenience store chain 7-Eleven basked in the limelight of being featured on CBS’s Undercover Boss. Today the world’s largest convenience store chain is under a different spotlight. The franchisor is now fighting negative press surrounding its litigation against franchisees, as well as a federal investigation …

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