Jim Long Discusses Constraints on Substantial Change to Dealers' Competitive CircumstancesPrint PDFShare
Shareholder Jim Long recently published an article in the Franchise Law Journal titled, "Statutory Constraints on Substantial Change to Dealers’ Competitive Circumstances Creates Substantial Compliance Confusion." Long addresses the issues created by statues that restrict a manufacturer’s ability to “substantially change the competitive circumstances” of its dealerships and identifies the situations in which those issues arise.
Long is a shareholder and chair of the firm's antitrust, franchise and distribution practice group and a former director of the firm. He also leads Briggs and Morgan’s pro bono programs. Long concentrates his litigation and counseling practice principally in the areas of antitrust and franchise law and dealer/distribution/sales representative law.
The full article can be read here.