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Understanding franchise agreements

Under the terms of a franchise agreement, a franchisee is licensed to use the brand and intellectual property rights, including trademarks, patents, copyrights, names and designs, of a franchisor. Usually, a franchisee will buy into a franchise in order to share in a precise business model that has a proven track record of profitability.

These agreements underpin the successful operation of any franchise business. However, when entered into without the right advice, franchise agreements can impinge on the freedom, profitability, goodwill and good name of both parties and may occasionally give rise to disputes between franchisee and franchisor.

Franchise agreements with George Ide

George Ide LLP provides quality and trustworthy advice to both franchisors and franchises.

Our commercial lawyers provide a comprehensive service on new agreements, renewals, restructuring, termination and dispute resolution.

We can also add expertise and advice to matters related to brand protection, documentation, property and planning issues, licensing, avoiding litigation and enforcement of contract.

Contact us for franchise agreements advice

For advice and assistance from one of the South’s leading commercial legal services teams, call our offices in Chichester or Bognor or click on the profiles on this page to find out more about our franchise agreements solicitors. For more information on how to get in touch with us for advice on franchise agreements, visit our contact page today.