Terrence Dunn represented one of the world’s largest movie theatre chains in a recently completed multi-million dollar long term lease agreement in the exciting new Tangram development in Flushing, New York.
Richard Bayer was invited to join the Hospitality Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association.
Your Lease Should Be an Asset, Not a Liability
Today’s Restaurant News published an exclusive article written by Terrence Dunn about some crucial aspects of a lease that you may not be familiar with. Click the following link for the article: Your Lease Should Be an Asset, Not a
Key Concerns in Succession Planning
Today’s Restaurant News posted an article by Michael Einbinder about exit and succession planning for restaurant franchise owners. Click here for the full article: Key Concerns in Succession Planning
Mackenzie Dimitri represented a multi-unit, multi-system operator in entering into a five-unit development deal and initial franchise agreement with an emerging franchise system. Their first unit is expected to open in Florida in June 2020.
Richard Bayer & Mackenzie Dimitri presented on the topic of Tips for Reading and Understanding the FDD at the 2019 International Franchise Expo.
1851Franchise.com spoke with Michael Einbinder to determine the top three things franchisors must be aware of when protecting their franchise development sites. Click the following link to read the article: How to Make Sure Your Franchise Development Site is Legally
Michael Einbinder has been ranked by Chambers and Partners as one of the top franchise attorneys in the United States in its Chamber USA 2019 list. Chambers and Partners is a London-based organization that conducts independent research into the top
Law Journal Newsletters published an article by Terrence Dunn entitled “Negotiating Relocation Rights” in the May edition of their Commercial Leasing Law and Strategy publication. You can find the article here: Negotiating Relocation Rights
Michael Einbinder, Terrence Dunn, Richard Bayer and Stephanie Blumstein attended the 2019 IFA Legal Symposium in Washington D.C. from May 5th – 7th. Michael led a roundtable discussion on Exit Strategies. Terrence led a roundtable discussion on Master Franchisor Default