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Franchise lawyer in New Orleans, Louisiana

By November 30, 2003January 5th, 2018law, louisiana, new orleans

For some reason, I’ve had a lot of people ask me recently "what kind of law do you specialize in?"  The answer is Franchise law.  That’s my specialty, and has been for the past 10 or 12 years. I’ve had the good fortune to work with franchisors like Popeyes, Ruth’s Chris, SpeeDee Oil Change, Cucos, and most recently, The Italian Pie.  For more information about my law practice, check my online profile or my law firm website


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One Comment

  • Daryl Kelley says:

    I own a speedee oil change franchise and sold the rights to the franchise. Now the person I sold the business to has abandoned the business. Speedee corporate did not turn him down for the fanchise but he walked away after paying me 65k and signing a promissory note to me for 52k. What should I do. He abandoned the key and according to my franchise agreement I would be in default if I didn’t reopen. My cell # is 985-290-0410.

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