The website is here: http://eaifa.com/
It's a private website designed for litigation, with Justin Klein as their attorney.
I am uncomfortable putting every litigation group that claims to represent franchisees in the directory. Many of these litigation groups are simply seeking reasonable terms for divorce - which is entirely reasonable.
But an independent franchisee association is not merely a litigation group, although many start that way. The IndFA sells services/goods to its members that the franchisor cannot. It isn't at war or peace with the franchisor. It serves a business function, and when supported, it can claim to speak for some but not all the franchisees.
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