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Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC's own Mark Burzych is Michigan's franchise law professional. With more than 20 years of experience as a business attorney, Mark has handled nearly all types of restaurant and franchise related legal matters and continues to consult with franchise clients daily. Through the resources below, Mark provides the public with vital information for starting a franchise or becoming a franchisee. Remember, this advice is only a starting point, and anyone serious about investing in a franchise or launching a franchise of their own is strongly encouraged to contact a reputable franchise lawyer.

A Franchisee employee’s posts are damaging our brand, but the employee is outstanding at the workplace. What should we do?

October 2017

You are experiencing the “new frontier” of difficult business issues that society will have to deal with in the coming years.  What u...

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Update on Joint Employer: Department of Labor’s Informal Guidance on Joint Employment Withdrawn – National Labor Relations Board’s Standard Remains

August 2017

On June 7, 2017, the U.S. Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta, announced the withdrawal of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) W...

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I am looking to purchase a franchise and the franchisor says that they cannot tell me how much I would earn if I purchased the franchise. Can this be true?

June 2017

A “Financial Performance Representation” is a statement by the franchisor regarding how much a franchisee could make if the franchisee pur...

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