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Top Hollis Franchising Lawyers - New Hampshire

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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...

  • When it comes to your business, our team at Dennehy Law knows that your bottom line and reputation often drives your legal strategy. At our law firm with locations in Nashua and Boston, we handle business and commercial law matters, involving Business Litigation, Corporate Law, Design and Construction Law, Employment Law, and Insurance Law. Each issue we address factors in your time, your money...

  • Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC: An Established Practice Dedicated To Serving Our Clients At Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC, we are a team of nationally recognized attorneys representing a variety of clients throughout New Hampshire and New England in an expansive array of practice areas, including:  Business law Employment and labor law Environmental law Land use and...

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    At Ascentage Law, PLLC, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, we are fully committed to helping you succeed in today's dynamic and high-tech marketplace. By offering all the services you need to protect your important ideas, innovations and trade secrets, we can help you meet all of your legal challenges head-on and remain competitive well into the future. As evidence of our success, our law firm has two...

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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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Comfort Level - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information?  Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
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  • What are your fees and costs?
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  • Determine the seriousness of complaints/issues which could range from late bar fees to more serious issues requiring disciplinary action.