Experienced Franchise And
Business Law Attorneys
For more than three decades, the Bundy Law Firm has been helping businesses prosper by providing franchisee, franchisor and small-business representation to business owners. If you are considering buying a franchise, franchising your business or starting a business, we can help you make informed decisions that will protect your business and allow it to thrive.
in Plain English
Franchise law is a unique and complex area of the law. Throughout the nation, there are few attorneys who dedicate their practice to exclusively representing franchisees, few who represent franchisors and only a handful that represent both. Bundy Law Firm represents both.
Our intimate knowledge of how franchisors view the world benefits our franchisee clients in understanding the complex nature of the franchise relationship. We bring to our franchisor clients the knowledge of how franchisees view the franchise relationship as well as the types of problems and issues that can result in franchise litigation. Founder, Howard Bundy is heavily involved in franchise issues at the legislative level and has years of experience representing both franchisees and franchisors.
Our firm offers personal service to all of our clients. Your dealings with our law firm will always be with the lawyer you know — not a paralegal or anonymous associate attorney unless we have made a special arrangement for you. You will benefit from our years of experience and unique knowledge of franchise and business law. Our representation is specifically tailored to meet your needs and our primary goal is to complete your matter competently, swiftly and cost-effectively so you can get back to running your business.
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