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Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. represents franchisees in disputes involving over 100 major franchise systems internationally. Due to our success, we have received an enormous amount of attention by the media worldwide. This media coverage has resulted in the public's increasing interest in franchising and demand for information. The following quotes have been selected from articles that feature various cases and clients that Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. have represented. Click on any of the listed links to see each article in full.

Posted on Blog June 8, 2015

This is a question that often finds its way in franchise litigation where the litigants’ agreement does not explicitly spell out the parties’ relationship as a franchise relationship. To decide this issue, Courts often resort to the state laws which govern the parties’ agreement. Several state franchise statutes (including Wisconsin, Minnesota, California, and Hawaii) define Read more →

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Posted on Blog May 27, 2015

Robert Zarco will be attorney representing Miami’s commercial artist Romero Britto in his lawsuit against technology giants Apple; The lawsuit claims copyright infringement and unfair competition. Click here to see Youtube video.

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Posted on Blog April 28, 2015

YUCA, Young Urban Cuban-American, is an upscale Cuban restaurant located at the bustling 501 Lincoln Road. The landowner, J. Berens & Sons Development Corp., claims the lease for YUCA should have ended April 30th, 2015 just days after their 20th anniversary of doing business in one of Miami’s busiest tourist destinations. YUCA’s restaurant owner, Janet Read more →

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Posted on Blog April 24, 2015

The EB-5 Program, established by Congress in 1990, provides foreign nationals the opportunity to obtain permanent residency in the United States if they (i) invest capital, (ii) in a new commercial enterprise, (iii) that creates jobs.  Without getting into the particulars of the EB-5 Program, the requirements of the program can often be satisfied by Read more →

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Posted on Blog April 21, 2015

In general, most franchise agreements require a franchisee to spend a certain amount on advertising and give the franchisee significant latitude to control how those advertising dollars are spent. In deciding how to spend advertising dollars and selecting particular types of advertising, a franchisee needs to exercise caution and ensure that the advertising does not Read more →

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