Frank’s practice concentrates on litigation and alternative dispute resolution in franchise matters, regulatory compliance, and franchise transactions. Frank’s litigation practice includes enforcement of post-termination obligations such as a franchisee’s non-compete covenants and de-identification obligations, and intellectual property disputes, mainly related to trademark infringement matters. Frank also specializes in representing franchisors in landlord-tenant matters and frequently litigates eviction actions of behalf of franchisors that also act as the franchisee’s landlords. In addition to representing franchisors, Frank has also represented several multi-unit franchisees in wrongful termination disputes. Frank is the former General Counsel for the franchise company H20 to Go, LLC.
Frank is a graduate of Marquette University (J.D. 2003) and received a B.A. from Rowan University (1999).
Frank is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Wisconsin.
- International Franchise Association
- American Bar Association – ABA Forum on Franchising