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Franchise Law Resources
Our firm is very proud that our Senior Partner and longtime veteran in Franchise Law and Commercial Litigation, Robert M. Einhorn, Co-Edited this latest edition that “continues to serve as a useful tool for practitioners who represent franchisees and franchisors in the inevitable disputes that arise in this increasingly important type of business relationship.” The ‘Franchise Litigation Handbook’ is now available for purchase at the American Bar Association (ABA) web store. To view and purchase, please visit: https://www.americanbar.org/products/inv/book/414695408/
Thought Leadership & Law Articles
Considered international experts in their field, the attorneys of Zarco Einhorn Salkowski, P.A. share their expertise and experience through interviews, media appearances, publications and articles. Below are the latest roundup of thought leadership and franchise, business, and other legal articles created by the firm’s members.
Franchises and dealerships are part of a model that allows a franchisor to license their intellectual property and sell their goods and services through…
Business and real estate deals and partnerships can often create conflict. Sometimes these disputes may culminate into litigation….
COVID has caused many unforeseen effects in our world. A prolonged era of low bank interest rates, combined with increased inflation, one monetary...
Franchise Law: Regulators/Resources/Information
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20580
- FTC Franchise Rule
- FTC Consumer Guide to Buying a Franchise
- FTC Holding Franchisors Accountable for Illegal Practices
- FTC Monetary Exemptions to the Franchise Rule
States Requirements for FDD Registration or Filing
- IFA: What is the Franchise Rule
- IFA: Facts About Franchising
- IFA Updates on the Franchise Rule
- IFA: Most Important Items in an FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document)