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Tennessee has 80 Franchising Attorneys with 15 Reviews
3.0 stars 2 reviewsAvvo Rating: 9.9Franchising Lawyer LicensedMy practice focuses on Franchise and Distribution Law and Litigation. I represent franchisors, the companies that develop and sell franchise concepts, as well as franchisees, the unit level owners, in all aspects of franchising. I guide my cli... 5.0 stars 4 reviewsAvvo Rating: 8.0Franchising Lawyer LicensedI am effective at reaching a resolution for a fee that is sensitive to the overall economics of the dispute. I have represented large, well-funded organizations (large companies and a municipal government) as well as businesses and individuals who... Not yet reviewedAvvo Rating: 10Franchising Lawyer LicensedDoug Halijan’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and intellectual property matters, with a particular emphasis on trade secret, trademark, copyright, information technology, and franchise-related issues. He has represented plaintif... 5.0 stars 4 reviewsAvvo Rating: 9.0Franchising Lawyer Licensed"Counsel for Those Who Mind Their Own Business" Ed Nanney has been licensed to practice law in Tennessee since 1981. He began his career in a civil litigation practice before joining the law department of a Fortune 500 company in 1987. Over 17 yea... Not yet reviewedAvvo Rating: 9.0Franchising Lawyer LicensedI litigate trademark, copyright, patent, and related business disputes in federal district and appellate courts. I also advise businesses and individuals on trademark and copyright issues to develop, protect, enforce, defend, and enhance their bra... 5.0 stars 4 reviewsAvvo Rating: 7.6Franchising Lawyer LicensedMr. Sanders is a tax attorney and entrepreneur residing and practicing law in Nashville, Tennessee. In his capacity as an attorney, he provides tax and structural advice to ultra-high net worth individuals and families. With a background in comp... Not yet reviewedAvvo Rating: 7.4Franchising Lawyer LicensedInternational law, finance, business and entertainment. I admit I am not your typical lawyer. I bring into my practice years of business experience, entertainment industry know how and a passport full of stamps. I transitioned into law after worki...