Fisher Zucker LLC is a full-service franchise law firm with a national practice dedicated almost exclusively to franchise, distribution and licensing matters. The firm has offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our franchise lawyers have extensive experience in pre-litigation counseling, litigation, arbitration and mediation in trademark infringement, non-compete, antitrust, collections, underreporting and encroachment claims.
In business transactions, our clients look to us to overcome obstacles and close deals. In litigation, our clients count on tactical and strategic legal advice, calculated to accomplish the desired business result, from the earliest stage of the case. The firm litigates on behalf of franchisors throughout the country and provides advice on franchise development, regulatory compliance, distribution and trademark, trade secret and copyright licensing and protection matters.
Our franchise lawyers provide advice on franchise development, regulatory compliance, distribution, international expansion, employment and trademark, trade secret and copyright licensing and protection matters.
Our franchise lawyers have extensive experience in commercial litigation, arbitration and mediation and regularly litigate around the country
We provide advice on structuring multi-unit offers and acquisitions. We represent large franchisees in acquiring units.
We have developed particular expertise in corporate divorces and resolving business disputes among partners and shareholders.
The firm has an active trademark registration and licensing practice. We regularly search proposed business names, and register them locally and nationally.
We are particularly adept in using litigation and mediation as offensive mechanisms to achieve an early resolution of disputes.
We provide advice on the best method and manner for acquiring or selling assets. We have represented both buyers and sellers of franchise systems.
Representing over 150 franchise brands, our team is uniquely qualified to help your franchise get the professional representation you need.