How Franchise Disputes Are Like Romeo & Juliet

“Go wisely and slowly. Those who rush stumble and fall.” Shakespeare wrote this line for his masterpiece, Romeo and Juliet. The Montagues and Capulets were two of Verona’s noble families, and their distaste for one another grew to extremes when the ruler of Verona, Prince Escalus decreed death for any individual who disturbed the peace in the future. As in any Shakespearean tragedy, the two young lovers hail from these two families; and it is forbidden that they should be together. Many of us know how this story ends: with a “parting that is such sweet sorrow” and an end to the Capulet and Montague feud.

Now, this type of dramatic storytelling can only take place upon the stage, but at times the dealings of business can take on a plot similar to a Shakespearean tragedy. As Shakespeare wrote, to go wisely and slowly is best as to not rush and fall. The business of franchises can at times be a battle between two, or sometimes more households, and it is wise to take heed of the words Shakespeare wrote.

In the unfortunate circumstances of franchise disputes, one should look for their own “Prince Escalus.” Someone to help navigate disputes and do so in a way that is slow and wise. Law Works is an expert in franchise dispute in Mississauga. Founded in 2012 the firm is a business and franchise regional boutique that can help you with any franchise dispute in Mississauga. Contact Law Works Mississauga today! And get your feud resolved quickly and fairly.

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