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The Top 5 Considerations Before Buying A Restaurant

Posted in Acquisitions, Commentary, Franchises, Franchising, Liability, Negotiation

Despite the “Great Recession”, the restaurant industry continues to thrive. One of the latest great examples of this is the expansion of Asian cuisine. For instance, a new franchise concept called Mama Fu’s is set to open 14 new restaurants in the Dallas area alone over the next several years, according to this article from… Continue Reading

Is Your Restaurant Business Down? 5 Things That May Help

Posted in Commentary, Competition, Franchises, Litigation, Negotiation, Real Estate, Vendors

In our last post, we wrote about 5 Things Not To Do when your restaurant business is down. This week, we’re talking about 5 Things That May Help in the event that you have more people to pay than funds to pay with. Therefore, take it from some restaurant lawyers that have seen many mistakes,… Continue Reading

Is Your Restaurant Business Down? 5 Things Not To Do

Posted in Contracts, Corporate Entity, Employment, Franchises, Litigation, Negotiation, Real Estate, Recent Law Trends, Vendors

It’s no secret that many restaurants are suffering from the current recession, which is hopefully going to end soon. As a result, many restaurant owners are faced with the dilemma of “who to pay” when there’s not enough funds to pay everyone. In situations like these, it’s easy to make a misstep. With that in… Continue Reading