Top Eastman Franchising Lawyers - Georgia

About the Bundy Law Firm Bundy Law Firm PLLC is located in Kirkland, Washington—just minutes from Seattle. The firm focuses its legal practice on providing services to franchisees, franchisors and other small business owners. Through focusing our efforts and maximizing our knowledge in these limited areas of practice and through leveraging technology, we strive to provide top quality and...

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  • 6790 W. Broad St. Douglasville GA 30134 33.749645 -84.75172

    Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Douglas County and the surrounding areas from our branch law office in Douglasville, Georgia, the attorneys at the Whalen Legal Group, PC, are fully prepared to help you with all the important and sensitive legal issues affecting your company, your property and your future. To that end, our law firm's founder and managing partner, attorney Nicole...

  • 2475 Northwinds Pkwy.,Suite 200 Alpharetta GA 30009 34.05878 -84.28591

    If you live in or around Alpharetta, Georgia, and you own and operate your own business, or if you have legal needs involving real estate law and estate planning, you can turn to Lerman Law Associates, P.C., for the quality, effective counsel you need to protect your most important assets and put your company on a path to success. The firm's law office in Alpharetta is one of three they have...

  • 207 Pirkle Ferry Road Cumming GA 30040 34.206203 -84.1344

    For over seven decades, Boling Rice LLC, being the successor to the law firm founded by attorney Leon Boling in 1946, has provided excellent legal services in the north Georgia and metro Atlanta areas. Our firm offers a general legal practice, providing a wide range of services including, but not limited to: real estate transactions, estate planning, probate administration, business entity...

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Franchising lawyers assist with things like developing franchise business programs, structuring distribution agreements, and negotiating franchise agreements.  They also assist with franchise-related lawsuits involving enforcement, compliance, and non-renewal.

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