The scope of troubled areas in the franchising industry is nearly as broad as the variety of goods and services available through franchised systems. This Note cannot attempt even an overview of all the problems that confront the industry; instead the discussion will focus on one recurring problem within the industry: the rights of the parties engaged in a franchise relation following the termination of that relationship.
Note, Adjusting the Equities in Franchise Termination: A Sui Generis Approach, 30 Clev. St. L. Rev. 523 (1981)