Franchise Lawyer

Franchise law firm of the year 2011

Andrew Pena heads Cubism Law’s franchise practice, which has recently been voted the Franchise Law Firm of the Year 2011 by Finance Monthly . He is one of the UK’s top franchise lawyers, having previously been a Partner at one of Europe’s top franchise law firms. David Salamons and his team have a strong legal and commercial reputation within the licensing community having been involved in many types of brand licensing programmes for over 25 years across a variety of sectors.

Expert franchise law services

As experts in franchising law we have an excellent reputation within the franchising community and we understand that the right franchise management strategies have to be in place from the start. Cubism Law works closely with existing franchisors or prospective franchisors to develop strategies to make their franchises run better, increase franchisee retention and revenues across the network. We draft and advise on the complete range of documents and issues that are vital to the successful management of a successful franchising operation. Including:

  • Franchise agreements
  • Master, regional and international franchise agreements
  • Franchise agreement drafting
  • Franchisee recruitment processes
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Training and operations manuals
  • Business sale and purchase agreements
  • Suspension, settlement and exit agreements
  • Breach letters
  • Default notices
  • Protecting intellectual property

Comprehensive advice for franchisors and franchisees

We offer our business partners a complete legal service that comprehensively covers all eventualities and believe firmly in developing strong and effective long-term relationships with our clients. We are perhaps best known in the areas of Franchise dispute resolution and franchise litigation, in which we have an enviable track record. We also have a strong brand licensing offering and can advise on early stage franchisor start up strategies and all the franchisor services you will typically require.

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