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5 Ways Franchisees Can Protect Their Business Interests

A longtime franchisee lawyer explains how franchisees can best protect their business interests.
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Buying a from a large corporate parent be a friendly transaction -- everybody at the table wants your business to succeed. But when plunking down your life and all the money you can borrow on a franchise business, you still need to look out for your interests, says J. Michael Dady, founding partner of , a firm

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