What kind of clients does Franchise.Law take?

Here at Franchise.Law, we represent franchisors. In a franchise situation, franchisors are the “bigger” company in the equation and franchisees are the “smaller” party. McDonald’s Corporation is a franchisor, so a person who buys a local McDonald’s would be a franchisee.

We work to help existing franchisors with all their operational legal needs, any expansions, and even the creation of new franchises. On the litigation side of our practice, we represent franchisors in federal and state courts, enforcing their franchise agreements and defending against lawsuits. At Franchise.Law, we are not just your lawyers, we are your partners in building the business you envision.

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