Tuesday, April 6, 2010


Franchising allows a business owner to leverage limited capital to grow a business concept. It is a proven business model and when done correctly, can reap great benefits. But when done incorrectly it can yield results that can include civil and criminal penalties. Franchising is a complex form of business that requires knowing the right questions to ask and having experienced legal counsel that can guide you through not just the regulations but how to create a successful business model. We hope to help prepare you to begin a new franchise or to make your existing franchise more successful.