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Minnesota Franchise Lawyers are recognized as leaders in one of the most dynamic and exciting growth vehicles in business and Minnesota's economy. Franchising is a challenging and financially rewarding business enterprise. It is also a complicated area of law where both franchise buyers and sellers must navigate dangerous legal waters based, in part on the complexity of the franchise agreement. In any franchise business, it is very important to partner with a legal team that understands franchising and its complicated mine field.

Our network lawyers and attorneys represent franchisors and franchisees in reviewing and drafting even the most complicated agreements, constructing the franchise business, and guiding it through its growth and franchise progressions. Multi-unit operators or single unit owners should always consult with a lawyer regarding their franchise proposals where an oversight might mean the success or failure of the business. We have represented franchisors and franchisees (from one location to 150 locations) including most nationally known franchise brands. Representation often includes assistance with entity formation such as incorporation and financing.

Minnesota franchise lawyers handle:

  • Franchise Formation
  • Preparing Uniform Franchising Offering Circulars (UFOC)
  • Franchise Agreements: Drafting, Negotiation and Review
  • Trademark Protection
  • Trademark Infringement
  • Unfair Competition and Dilution
  • Breach of Non-Compete Clauses
  • Breach of Fiduciary Relationships between Franchisors and Franchisees
  • Tortious Interference with Business Relationships
  • Claims under Antitrust Laws and the Racketeering (RICO) statutes.
  • Claims of Wrongful Termination
  • Claims of Franchise Fraud
  • Claims of Franchise Breach of Contract
  • Claims of Franchise Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

For Legal Representation on your franchise matter, call 612-240-8005

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Minnesota Franchises Explained
An overview of what is necessary to create a franchise

Registering a Franchise in Minnesota
Setting up a Minnesota Franchise - Registering a Franchise

The Franchise Circular - UFOC
Setting up a Minnesota Franchise - The Franchise Circular

Selling a Franchise - Beware Earnings Statements
Setting up a Minnesota Franchise - Selling a Franchise

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