Jim Long Published in The Franchise Lawyer

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July 10, 2014

Briggs and Morgan shareholder Jim Long recently authored an article entitled, “Citing Acts of Plaintiffs’ Counsel, Court Rejects Rescission Claim,” in the Spring 2014 edition of The Franchise Lawyer. The article discusses a Minnesota federal district court franchise case Jim handled regarding the dismissal of a plaintiffs’ claims for rescission based on failure to register and disclose under the Minnesota Franchise Act (MFA) and the Wisconsin Franchise Investment Law (WFIL).

Long is chair of the firm’s Antitrust, Franchise and Distribution Practice Group and has had more than 30 years of experience in the areas of antitrust law, franchise law and dealer, distribution and sales representative law. Long counsels a number of clients on a variety of antitrust issues, including bundled rebate plans, price discrimination and other pricing practices.