We represent large and small franchisors, including sub-franchisors and master franchisees. Our firm focuses on helping entrepreneurs and franchisors structure franchise programs that comply with state and federal franchise laws.
The FTC and certain states regulate the sale of franchises and require the preparation and issuance of a Franchise Disclosure Document (“FDD”) before you can sell franchises.
We do more than just make sure legal minimums are met. We produce franchise legal documents designed to be less of a “wet blanket” in the selling process.
We not only do the legal work, but do it in a way to help increase your franchise sales, royalty streams, and growth.
Our law firm represents franchisors and subfranchisor nationwide from California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington State in the following industries:
Many businesses, small and large alike, already have representation for their primary business needs. We understand the importance of hiring an experienced, knowledgeable franchise attorney to work with you and your client on a limited basis, during the franchising process. When working with other attorneys, we emphasize communication and collaboration to achieve the client’s franchise goals.