October 2016

Restaurant Franchisor Wins Ex Parte Temporary Restraining Order Against Terminated Restaurant Franchisee

United States - California

A restaurant franchisor filed a lawsuit in California state court against a terminated franchisee who continued to use the franchisor’s trademarks and engaged in serious violations of the franchisor’s standards for cleanliness and safety. Our firm represented the franchisor in the lawsuit.

The Court granted the franchisor’s ex parte application for a temporary restraining order requiring the terminated franchisee to immediately stop using the franchisor’s trademarks, selling the franchisor’s products, or operating under the franchisor’s trademarked name.

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