Evaluating franchise attorneys and franchise consultants can seem a daunting task. But the firm an individual or company selects to assist its entry into franchising (or refining existing franchise efforts) will have profound, long-term consequences. While one can always ask for a list of references, their are more objective criteria to use that are not based on subjective, self-serving recommendations. In the link to the full article below, Kevin B. Murphy, Mr. Franchise, an international franchise expert and San Francisco franchise attorney covers these objective factors and questions to ask befoe you hire a franchise attorney or franchise consultant from the perspective of a tesifying and consulting franchise expert.
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