Topic: Panel Discussion: Legal Answers to Small Business + Franchise Ownership
Have you ever thought about owning your own business, but were worried about legal and liability issues? Have your questions answered by a franchise expert and a small business attorney.
This casual panel discussion will allow you see if entrepreneurship makes sense for you as an investment diversification a or full-time occupation. You’ll also learn the pros and cons of small business ownership. All options are open for discussion.
Our panel will cover the following open-ended topics:
- Legal aspects of business ownership
- Manager-run (keep your job) and full-time business options
- Pros + cons of business vs. franchise ownership
- Why investing in a franchise is more secure than you might think
This forum will be presented by Craig Wells of FranNet and Robert (Bob) Steinberger of the Soden and Steinberger law firm.
With over 33 years of franchise and small business development and ownership experience, Craig understands the challenges many people face when considering starting a business for the first time. Craig helps senior-level executives sort through the facts to find franchise opportunities that genuinely fit their personal and professional goals.
Robert (Bob) has been practicing law for nearly 26 years and is a founding partner of Soden & Steinberger, APLC in February 2000. Bob’s practice emphasizes work with Franchisors and Franchisees across the United States. Bob’s passion for franchising includes an ownership interest in the video gaming franchise PLAYlive Nation, Inc. This provides Bob with a unique perspective having the legal background and operations experience to counsel Franchisors and Franchisees with their specific needs. Bob also assists clients in aspects of corporate work which includes entity formation, license agreements, trademark filings, business and service contracts, sale of businesses, commercial lease review and drafting.
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