Franchise Law

Starting a business is a dream for many, but getting started can be overwhelming. If you want the freedom and control of owning your own business, but not the complexity of starting from scratch, buying into a franchise might be the perfect option. At Trembly Law, we have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process of starting your own franchised business. Our service includes:

Franchisees, Multi-Unit Franchisees and Area Developers:

  • Review and negotiate letters of intent, memoranda of understanding and brand reservation agreements for the purchase of franchise systems.
  • Review and provide advice to prospective franchisees regarding Franchise Disclosure Documents.
  • Review and negotiate Franchise Agreements, Multi-unit Franchise Agreements, Area Development Agreements, and Master Franchise Agreements.
  • Review and negotiate License Agreements, Distribution Agreements and Area Sales Representative Agreements.
  • Draft, review and negotiate Asset Purchase Agreements.

Alternatively, if you are an established business owner looking to expand and franchise your business to new locations, we can help with the following:

Franchisors, Licensors, Distributors:

  • Draft and negotiate letters of intent, memoranda of understanding and brand reservation agreements for the purchase of franchise systems.
  • Draft, review, and update Franchise Disclosure Documents.
  • File Franchise Disclosure Documents and work with State regulators to facilitate the registration in registration States.
  • Draft and negotiate Franchise Agreements, Multi-unit Franchise Agreements, Area Development Agreements, and Master Franchise Agreements.
  • Ensure compliance with all federal and state-specific disclosure requirements and registration laws throughout the United States.
  • Draft and negotiate Franchise Agreements, Multi-Unit Franchise Agreements, Area Development Agreements, and Master Franchise Agreements.
  • Draft and negotiate License Agreements, Distribution Agreements, and Area Sales Representative Agreements.
  • Provide training and advice to franchisors sales team regarding franchise sales laws.
  • Draft, review and negotiate Asset Purchase Agreements.