CLEVELAND– McDonald Hopkins attorney Alan Burger provides potential franchisees the seven basic considerations they should keep in mind prior to entering into a franchise relationship.
Burger informs potential franchisees that the “basic idea behind the franchise relationship is that past success of a franchise concept presents a unique opportunity for an entrepreneur to lower start-up risk while at the same time hedge in favor of long-term business successes. In a properly considered and structured franchise relationship, a hard working relative novice can successfully acquire and successfully run a business.”
In the blog entry, Burger provides in-depth detail about how an individual can avoid common issues and considerations to keep in mind such as the long term commitment of the franchise, non-compete clauses, the franchise disclosure document and much more to consider before you enter the franchise relationship.
To read Burger’s entry and similar topics, visit McDonald Hopkins’ Industry Insight.