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- If You Want a Brooklyn Bagel, Go to Brooklyn, not Palm Beach….
Any Floridian bagel junkie will know that Brooklyn Water Bagel company is for producing the ‘best’ bagels on the east coast, made with New York City's famously pure tap water. Recently, however the Palm Beach County company claimed it had nailed the secret of how to make locally baked bagels taste like those from up coast. The secret; there is no secret.
- The Asheville Food Truck Industry
Business is booming in the Asheville food truck industry. It took a little while (about a year) for Asheville City Council to approve the downtown vending. But as of Friday, March 2 food truck owners have their own space in downtown Asheville. “The Lot” is what food truck owners are calling the parking lot located next to the bus station at 51 Coxe Ave.
- How to Avoid Commercial Lease Disputes
The top 10 essential elements of a commercial lease... Most people are pretty familiar with the concept of leasing; most people experience leases when they rent an apartment or a car. Commercial leases are almost no different; they just involve space for a business. Commercial leases in Western North Carolina are frequently used to rent an office of warehouse.
- Why Create a Company?
The advantages of starting a company and being your own boss... You have a unique idea, you have a fresh product, you have a desirable service, why NOT start your own business? Entrepreneurship is an exciting venture, and can quite literally change a person’s life. There are so many great advantages to taking on such a project. To start a business you need motivation, talent and desire.
- Choosing Between Different Types of Corporate Entities
Starting a business is an exciting time, but there are important decisions to be made about the structure of your business. Here is a list of business entities and their differences. Once you decide to incorporate, one of the first things you will have to determine is the type of entity for your business structure.
- The Reluctant Franchisor
by Jaburg Wilk
A client may believe that they only want to do a license instead of a franchise due to the the heavily-regulated nature of franchising, but they are most likely drawing a conclusion that disregards the facts and/or the law. What is a franchise? What must franchisors disclose? By Susan E. Wells, Esq., Jaburg & Wilk, P.C.
- 5 Considerations Before Franchising Your Business
Before you decide to franchise your restaurant or business, there are a number of things you'll need to consider. This article examines five of these considerations: Is your restaurant "franchisable?" Have you opened more than one location? Are you able to support franchisees? Do you have a plan for marketing and advertising? And are you legally ready?
- Why Become a Franchisee
Are you wondering why to become a franchisee? Are you stuck not knowing whether you would make a better business owner or franchisee? Deciding to become a business owner is just one of the many decisions that have to be made when it comes to running a business.
- Legal Claims and Defenses in Franchise Litigation
Franchise relationships sometimes end badly. Depending on your perspective, a bad ending might be the franchisee quitting the system, or the franchisor terminating or refusing to renew the franchise. By this time, one or both sides have a lot invested in the bad relationship, which leads to posturing and threats and sometimes litigation.
- Termination and Non-Renewal of a Franchise
All franchise relationships end sometime, usually by the franchisee selling the franchise, dropping out of the franchise system or getting kicked out. In this article, the author briefly summarizes what happens when a franchisee sells, leaves or quits a franchise system, or when the franchisor terminates or refuses to renew the franchise.