Franchise law 101

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Franchise law is complex and entering into a franchise agreement or franchising your business can seem like a scary proposition. But franchising can offer all sorts of benefits, such as an off the shelf business which has been tried and tested and which you can develop around your family life.

Workingmums.co.uk has put together a series of articles on the potential legal issues that arise from franchising from two experts in franchise law.

Amy Leite is an Associate Solicitor at Pinney Talfourd Solicitors. Pinney Talfourd is an Essex based Legal 500 law firm offering services throughout the country. Amy specialises in franchise law and employment law. Read her articles below:

What is a franchise?

What to look out for in franchise contracts part one

What to look out for in franchise contracts part two

What to look out for in franchise contracts part three

Top tips on questions to ask a franchisor when considering buying a franchise 

Clive Rich is CEO and Chairman of LawBite, an online legal service providing Simple Law for Small companies.

Key legal issues for potential franchisees





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