Easy to miss in the tsunami of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of changes were recently made – effective two weeks ago on July 1 – to the Indiana Franchise Law. Of greatest import, franchisors registered in Indiana are now required to file an amended disclosure document within 30 days of any “material change” as defined in the statute. Material changes include, among other provisions, the termination, closing or failure to renew of either 10% of all franchises regardless of location or 10% of all franchises located in Indiana. Additionally, the introduction of any new product, service, model or line involving an additional investment by the franchisee that exceeds 20% of the average investment previously made by franchisees, qualifies as a “material change”, as does any change in the franchise fees charged by the franchisor.