Manufacturing is a unique sector within the franchise industry, with opportunities ranging from decorative concrete pouring and sign printing to bottle manufacturing for major soft drink companies. In any case, pursuing a manufacturing franchise requires the help of an experienced attorney; and, if you are facing a dispute with your franchisor, you will need to engage a lawyer quickly in order to avoid jeopardizing your contractual rights.
About the Goldstein Law Firm
With offices in Washington D.C., the Goldstein Law Firm is one of only four law firms nationwide that exclusively represents franchisees and dealers. The firm’s founder is Jeffrey M. Goldstein, a highly-respected national franchise lawyer who has been representing clients in the franchise industry for more than 30 years.
The firm represents entrepreneurs in evaluating new manufacturing franchise opportunities while also representing existing franchisees in litigation and arbitration with their franchisors, other franchisees, third-party suppliers, and other companies. Mr. Goldstein has been selected as a Top Attorney in North America by Who’s Who, and in 2016 the Goldstein Law Firm received the prestigious honor of being named Finance Monthly’s Franchise Law Firm of the Year.
Considering a Franchise Investment?
At the Goldstein Law Firm, we provide fixed-fee franchise review services, which include:
- Review of the franchisor’s Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)
- Review of the franchisor’s franchise agreement
- Negotiation of the franchise agreement (if desired)
- Legal advice for evaluating your franchise opportunity
Buying a franchise is a risky and long-term investment, and it pays to go in with eyes wide open. We can help you identify potential pitfalls and attempt to negotiate the unfair provisions of you franchise agreement in order to protect your financial interests long-term.
Seeking to Renew or Transfer Your Franchise Rights?
Many franchisees are surprised to learn just how challenging it can be to renew or transfer their franchise rights. The key is to plan ahead, and make sure you know exactly what you need to do in order to obtain your franchisor’s consent to keep or sell your manufacturing franchise.
Facing a Legal Dispute in Your Franchised Business?
Franchise disputes run the gamut, from those arising out of territorial encroachment to litigation precipitated by a franchisor’s wrongful termination. At the Goldstein Law Firm, we have extensive experience representing manufacturing and other franchisees in litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings nationwide, and we can help you pursue a cost-effective solution with minimal interruption to your day-to-day operations.
Manufacturing Franchise Opportunities
The following are among the leading manufacturing franchise opportunities available:
- FastSigns – A sign manufacturing franchise that promotes high standards for quality and customer service.
- Signarama – The world’s largest sign manufacturing franchise with more than 800 franchised outlets worldwide.
- Signs By Tomorrow – An outdoor and indoor signage manufacturing franchise system that is highly-ranked by many online publications.
- Something Better Corporation – Decorative concrete training and retail store franchise opportunities.
Call to Speak with National Franchise Lawyer Jeffrey M. Goldstein
If you would like to speak with attorney Jeffrey M. Goldstein about your existing manufacturing franchise or new franchise opportunity, contact our offices today. You can reach us online or call (202) 293-3947 to schedule an appointment and learn more about our flexible fee options.
Disclaimer: The identification of any franchise or company on this website is not an endorsement of any aspect of that entity in any regard, nor should it be taken as one.