One of the areas of franchise law that is often misunderstood by new and emerging franchisors is state advertising filing requirements. This article is a summary of how a franchisor can comply with franchise advertising filing laws.
Some franchisors continue to use a different Franchise Disclosure Document for each state that has a franchise or registration law. This approach increases the administrative burden on franchisors, as well as the risk of unintentional violation of a state’s franchise law where more than one state law applies to a transaction.
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.”
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