Our experienced and professional Rock Island County franchise attorneys have skill in all areas of Rock Island County franchise law including franchise disclosure and registration requirements and frachisor-franchisee disputes. We pride ourselves in ensuring clients are given the best information and legal representation to your Rock Island County franchise matter to help you achieve all of their franchise goals in a cost-effective manner.
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In this video, Rock Island County franchise attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses laws regarding franchise in Rock Island County .
In this article, our Rock Island County franchise attorneys explain Rock Island County franchise law and federal franchise law as applied in Illinois.
Due to franchises are governed by both federal and state regulations, Franchise law is complex and are governed by both state and federal regulations and an experienced franchise attorney is essential whether you're the franchiser or franchisee.
In this video, Rock Island County franchise lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discussing buy-sell agreements to determine a value of a Rock Island County business.
In this article, our Rock Island County franchise attorneys discuss how to determine a business' value for the purpose of a buy-sell agreement.
Buy-sell agreements typically provide an assessment of the business’ value in one of three ways:
A Buy-sell agreement allows business owners to map out how the business and the owner part ways in case of voluntary decision to leave, death or disability.
In this episode, Rock Island County franchise lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses selecting a location for your business by assessing demographics, determining whether retail space or office space would better fit your business, and deciding what class of office space would be required to market to your customer base.
In this article, our Rock Island County franchise attorneys discuss the details you should look for in a commercial lease agreement for your franchise business, these include: