Legal Advice for Franchising — 76 results
Written by attorney Rush Nigut, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Talk to and visit franchisees. Be sure to ask tough questions. Don't just shoot the breeze. Also visit franchisees at their stores. You get more information and it is an opportunity to... more
Written by attorney David Azrin, about 5 years ago.
Have a proven business model Before you start selling franchises, you should have substantial experience yourself operating the business. This is important because the franchisee will be... more
Written by attorney Tariq Zafar, over 1 year ago.
Buying a franchise can be an immensely profitable business opportunity. You can sell goods and services that have instant name recognition, and get training and support that can help you... more
Written by attorney Tron Ross, about 2 years ago.
Buying a Franchise
For many people, buying a franchise is just the right blend of entrepreneurship and predictability. They have the opportunity to run their own operation, yet have the... more
Written by attorney Marshall Deason, about 3 years ago.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) defines a franchise as a continuing business relationship in which three elements exist:1) The distribution of goods or services associated with the... more
Written by attorney Neal Blaher, over 3 years ago.
Franchising continues to increase its share of how America and the rest of the world do business. The reason is that franchising offers the entrepreneur a distinctive and proven concept, as... more
Written by attorney Aaron Kelly, over 4 years ago.
Franchise agreements, breach of contract, and the role of franchisee
Typically when we hear the word franchise we think of the large commercial chains of stores that spring up overnight,... more
Written by attorney Al Mohajerian, over 4 years ago.
There are three basic types of franchises: Distributorships which grant the right to sell the company's products.
Trademark and brand name licensing allows the licensees to use the... more
Written by attorney Kevin Murphy, almost 5 years ago.
Consider the Legal Risk of FDD Franchise Kits Franchise kits, FDD templates, operations manuals and other fill-in-the-blank documents create significant legal risk - a ticking legal time... more
Written by attorney Devona Reynolds, 11 months ago.
Steps a potential franchisee should consider following when considering investing in any franchised business. Selecting The Right Franchise Business Select a few companies that match your... more