“The Accidental Franchisor–What Every Business Lawyer Should Know about Franchise Law” authored by Barry Kurtz and Bryan Clements was published in the July 2013 issue of the Orange County Lawyer, the monthly news magazine of the Orange County Bar Association [www.ocbar.org]. To see the article, click here.
By Barry Kurtz Printed in San Fernando Business Journal What’s the difference between a franchise relationship and a licensing agreement? Both can spur growth, but there is a fine line between them. The unwary entrepreneur launching an expansion campaign can end up in a world of trouble if he or she doesn’t understand the difference.Indeed, […]
On September 14, 2012, Barry Kurtz and the Kurtz Law Group were showcased in the Daily Journal’s Law Firm Business section. Lawyers with the 16-year-old Woodland Hills firm, Kurtz Law Group APC say they’ve achieved their success by specializing solely in franchise and transactional law. The firm’s focus is so narrow it has to refer clients […]
Barry Kurtz was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal article “Franchise Player” in September 2012. To see article, click here.
Southern California Professional – Barry Kurtz was featured in premier issue of this new online magazine (March 2012)
How To Help Your Franchising Clients Survive The Recession Barry Kurtz Certified Specialist in Franchise & Distribution Law by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. He maintains his practice in Woodland Hills, California, and can be reached at email@example.com or (818) 827-9229. by Barry Kurtz One way that a struggling franchisee […]
By Barry Kurtz By Nevin Sanli Printed in Nation’s Restaurant News – September 2007 (Sep. 24) Private-equity groups have eagerly stalked restaurant franchisors in recent years, snapping up such companies as Dunkin’ Brands, owner of the Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins and Togo’s chains, as well as Hamburger Hamlet, Applebee’s, Chevy’s and Worldwide Restaurant Concepts, the owners […]