Describes the use of franchising as a method for growing an existing business, and the key considerations as to whether a particular business model is “franchisable.”
Month: February 2010
Nevada: An Ideal Home For Franchisors
Las Vegas and Nevada could diversify the state’s economy by focusing on appealing to franchise companies to relocate their corporate headquarters to Nevada.
Matt Kreutzer Named Chair of Armstrong Teasdale’s Franchising, Distribution, and Antitrust Practice Group
Armstrong Teasdale LLP has named Nevada franchise attorney Matt Kreutzer as Chair of the firm’s Franchise, Distribution and Antitrust subgroup practice, which includes 22 attorneys
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Vicarious Employment Liability in Franchising: From Nevada Franchisor Roundtable June 2009
When can a franchisor can potentially be found to be an “employer” of a franchisee, and how can that relationship lead to legal liability for a franchisee’s actions? The attached audio file helps to answer that question.
The Credit Crisis: Obama’s New Plan to Stimulate Small Business Lending
Commentary on President Obama’s proposal to stimulate small business financing by redirecting $30 billion in TARP funds.