(UnhappyFranchisee.Com) Among other things, proposed PA House Bill 1620 (Fair Franchise Practices Bill) states:
§ 918. Remedies.
(a) Relief.–A person that violates this chapter or a regulation of the department shall be liable to the franchisee for legal and equitable relief.
(b) Costs and attorney fees.–A court may award costs and attorney fees to a prevailing franchisee under subsection (a).
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