Attorney Michelle DelMar
Focusing on Business, the Whole Business and
Nothing but the Business.Michelle DelMar, Esq. Small Business Lawyer, Trademark Attorney and Executive Contract Lawyer. Martindale-Hubbell® Client Review Rating: “Preeminent” (5 out of 5) Peer Review Rating: 4.7 out of 5 Michelle DelMar, Legal Strategist for Top Growing Businesses, provides information, guidance and services for small businesses:
Taking small businesses From Startup:
- Business Planning,
- Protecting Assets of Owners,
- Joint Venture Agreements,
- Funding and Financing information
- Incorporating and Limited Liability Companies,
- Buying a Business,
- Trademark and Copyright registration,
- Commercial Leasing and
- Licensing and Permits,
- Distributorship Agreements,
- Non-Compete Agreements,
- Non-Disclosure Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements
- Licensing Agreements,
- Executive Contract,
- Employer Compliance,
- Sales and Service Agreements, etc., and
- Selling a Business,
- Sale of Lease Assignment,
- Merger or other disposition.
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Michelle DelMar, Esq.
Business Lawyer, Trademark Lawyer and Executive Contract Lawyer
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TO LICENSE OR FRANCHISE . . . THAT IS THE QUESTION.
Understanding the Differences between Licensing and Franchising . . . that is the challenge.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. Similarly, if a deal is structured like a franchise and/or operates like a franchise, it’s likely a “franchise,” and if so, franchise laws must be complied with, regardless of what you call the deal (i.e., even if you choose to call it a “license,” not a “franchise”). Misrepresenting the deal, misunderstanding the deal and failure to comply with necessary laws, could result in civil and criminal penalties for persons and businesses involved.
TO LICENSE OR FRANCHISE . . . THAT IS THE QUESTION. Understanding the Differences between Licensing and Franchising . . . that is the challenge. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. Similarly, if a deal is structured like a franchise and/or operates like a [...]