National Franchise Negotiations, Workouts, & Disputes
Call Our Franchise Lawyer for the Legal Representation You Need
Owning a franchise is not always easy, and disputes and conflicts between
franchisors and franchisees can arise. However, at the Law Offices of
James M. Johnston, Jr. PLLC, Attorney Duke Johnston is dedicated to ensuring
that any disputes are settled swiftly and with your best interest in mind.
Our legal team always seeks a fair resolution, no matter what the issue.
Attorney Johnston’s over 20 years of experience ensures that our
franchisor clients receive thorough and dedicated legal assistance tailored
to your business’s specific needs. Contact our franchise lawyer
today for more information.
When Are Negotiations Necessary?
From creating a franchise agreement to resolving disputes or compliance
issues, representing your best interests is important to keeping your
franchise running in accordance with state, federal, local and international laws.
Thoroughly negotiating terms is important. It ensures:
- That you agree to terms that protect your brand
- That you can avoid court when it’s not necessary
- That you work out solutions that do not disrupt your business
- That you are always in compliance with the law
Working out a solution with your franchisee, distributor, or manufacturer
can not only help your business grow, but it can also help it thrive.
Resolving Disputes In & Out of Court
When negotiations don’t work out, or if you need to go to court,
our franchise law attorney can help you navigate the litigation process.
Attorney Duke Johnston has over 20 years of experience and knows how to
use the court process.
While not all issues require litigation, our legal team always makes sure
that your matter is thoroughly prepared for court to help ensure that
no stone is left unturned. Our attorney knows that expensive trials should
not be your first resort which is why we sit with you and your franchisee
to settle disputes and maximize resolutions.
Call (254) 791-5622 to schedule your complimentary no-obligation case consultation