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Stewart Germann Law Office | lawyers
Lawyers and Notary Public. Multi-award-winning specialist franchise law firm with over 35 years’ franchising and licensing experience.
Stewart Germann Law Office is the longest established franchise law firm in New Zealand. SGL provides legal advice to franchisors on structure and initial documentation and to franchisees on franchise agreements.
Selected as Best Lawyers in New Zealand – Franchise for 2017/2018. Winner of Boutique Franchise Law Firm of the Year in New Zealand - 2017 Corporate International Global Awards.
Stewart Germann is past Chairman of the Franchise Association of New Zealand (FANZ). He has been guest speaker at franchising conferences in New Zealand, Australia and USA and is included in the International Who's Who of Franchise Lawyers.
The Firm belongs to the Franchise Association of New Zealand, the Franchise Council of Australia and the NZ Law Society.
ASCO Legal | lawyers
New franchise system set-up, franchise agreements, disclosure documents, brand name, trademarks, IP, master licensing, import/export, leasing sale and purchase structure compliance, disputes. Highly experienced team. Wide experience in all aspects of franchising. Extensive network of franchising contacts NZ and internationally. FANZ
Code of Practice.
Gaze Burt | lawyers
Lawyers providing full legal services for franchisors and franchisees including advice and documents relating to franchise development, franchise evaluation, risk management, transactional management and dispute resolution.
Our experience is extensive over many years and we understand the important and significant fundamentals required for quality franchising.
Quantum Law | lawyers
Specialists in franchise and business law. If you seek prompt and technically sound legal advice delivered to suit your commercial reality please contact us. With a wealth of franchise, business and corporate law experience, you will be in safe hands.
MacDonald Lewis Law | lawyers
Expert franchise lawyers who specialise in fixed price packages for legal services. A specialist firm based in Parnell offering sound, practical and timely advice, we can assist with all business legal requirements.
Lane Neave | lawyers
Our specialist corporate lawyers can assist franchisees or franchisors on all franchise matters. If you are entering into a franchise agreement, exiting a franchise, expanding your business, have an IP or consumer law issue, have a dispute or simply needs some legal advice – talk to us.
Brookfields Lawyers | lawyersview advisor
Botting Legal | lawyers
Franchise and commercial law specialists. We provide practical legal advice in plain English for both franchisees and franchisors at very competitive rates. Preparation and review of franchise documentation, advice on structuring and IP protection, franchise operation and dispute resolution.
Gibson Sheat Lawyers | lawyers
Comprehensive legal advice for franchisors and franchisees. All franchise documentation. We’ll sort out issues at the outset, before they become problems. If things have already turned pear-shaped our mediation and franchise dispute specialists can assist.
Stace Hammond | lawyers
Stace Hammond is a business law firm with offices in Hamilton and Auckland.
Govett Quilliam The Lawyers | lawyers
New franchise creation, franchise makeovers, problem solving for franchisees and franchisors, IP law and protections, advice on how to make money from IP via licensing, succession advice for franchise exits, advisor to intended immigrants seeking franchise businesses www.visaconnect.nz. Specialist in franchise networks and collaboration.
Tavendale & Partners | lawyers
We act for both franchisee and franchisor clients around the country, providing legal advice on all aspects of franchising from setting up a new franchise and drafting a full suite of franchise documents, to advising first time purchasers of a franchise business.
Harris Tate | lawyers
The Bay of Plenty’s leading franchise lawyers, specialising in all aspects of franchising and business advice including dispute resolution. Advisors to franchisees and franchisors locally and nationally. Full commercial and property service.
Carson Fox Bradley | lawyers
Carson Fox Bradley is a compact Auckland law firm. All 3 directors have significant experience in franchising. Chris Bradley is author of the ADLS standard franchise agreement. Matt Carson has completed an MBA thesis in franchising. We act for many national franchise systems.
Jackson Russell Lawyers | lawyers
Your business needs specialist franchising advice and an experienced legal team that covers all areas of business law. Jackson Russell is a full service law firm that will get to know your business, tailor advice to your business objectives and guide you through the process.
Baldwins | lawyers
A patent attorney firm and associated law firm offering intellectual property services including patents, trade marks, copyright and registered designs. We help our clients achieve and maintain a commercial advantage in the marketplace by protecting, developing, commercialising and enforcing their intellectual property assets.
Duncan Cotterill | lawyers
Enterprising full service law firm with offices nationwide. We have expertise in specialist franchising, distribution and licensing in the retail, intellectual property, network growth and international expansion sectors. Wellington - Hamish Walker, email@example.com Auckland - Katrina Hammon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kensington Swan | lawyers
Commercial legal advice for franchising and purchase. We also assist with IP and dispute resolution.
Sarah Pilcher The Franchise Lawyer | lawyers
Over 15 years’ experience in franchising providing focused, cost-effective legal advice, plain English documents and commercially relevant solutions. Start-ups and existing businesses. Fixed price documents and legal advice for franchisees and franchisors. Converting franchise documents for use in other countries.
Harmans Lawyers | lawyers
Comprehensive legal service for both franchisors and franchisees including franchise and disclosure documentation, employment, leases, terms of trade, dispute resolution and business structures.
Full service legal firm that prides itself on being solution driven. Franchise specialists with a proven track record.
Botherway Legal | lawyers
Commercial law firm specialising in franchising and related law. We work with you to give you the best possible legal support in your franchised or licensed business. Justina Knox is our specialist franchise lawyer and also has experience dealing with disputes and the successful negotiation of franchise exits.
Deirdre Watson - Barrister | lawyers
25 years’ experience in litigation, disputes and court cases. Mediation franchise dispute specialist.
Turner Hopkins | lawyers
A full service firm who can help you with all your legal needs. If you are a franchisor looking to develop a franchise system or a new franchisee looking to purchase a franchise business we can develop fixed price packages to suit your exact needs.
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