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Top Patterson Franchising Lawyers - North Carolina

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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  • Providing legal services on demand to business clients of all sizes, Ryan S. Luft, PLLC | General Counsel Outsourcing serves clients throughout the Greensboro area in North Carolina. Serving as a trusted legal adviser or an extension of clients’ pre-existing legal teams, our attorneys offer focused counsel and dedicated representation. For the convenience of those we represent, we accept...

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    Focusing on tax audit defense, the law firm of Webb & Morton PLLC proudly serves clients in Aberdeen, North Carolina, and throughout the surrounding areas. We offer smart advice, taking a creative approach to the tried and true methods in order to help our clients reach the best possible outcomes to their cases. Receiving notice that they are being audited by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service...

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    For over 20 years, Tony Taibi has been fighting for justice on behalf of his clients. Tony has helped hundreds of North Carolinians in a variety of personal injury and business law cases; obtaining multi-million-dollar settlements for some. At the Taibi Law Group, we use our extensive legal experience to provide dependable, effective legal services and customer support to obtain the best possible...

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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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