Franchise Attorneys in Long Island
In New York and Long Island, franchised businesses - in many aspects - represent a dominant business format for start-up entrepreneurs. If you are considering purchasing or establishing a franchise in Long Island, then it is critical that you learn about the important "legal disclosures" that must be provided to you from the franchisor. These legal disclosures are contained in the franchisors Franchise Disclosure Document - FDD - and must be reviewed with an experienced franchise lawyer before signing a franchise agreement.
Charles Internicola at The Internicola Law Firm knows franchising and has compiled a book to help those interested in buying a franchise with the franchise process. "An Entrepreneurs Guide to Purchasing a Business or Franchise" can be obtained by requesting a complimentary copy below: