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.
Commentary on President Obama’s proposal to stimulate small business financing by redirecting $30 billion in TARP funds.
Here’s the scenario: one of your company’s franchisees is served with a subpoena issued by a regulatory authority in their home state. The subpoena, which
This has to be the strangest marketing idea I have ever seen: Intercontinental Hotels Group announced this week that, at the end of this month,
The next meeting of the Nevada Franchise Business Network is scheduled to occur on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at Cili restaurant in Bali Hai Country
Armstrong Teasdale LLP franchise attorney Matthew J. Kreutzer has been appointed to the State Bar of California’s Franchise Law Committee, with a three-year term beginning