Spotlight on employment status

The development of the so called “gig economy” has brought into public focus the issue of employment statu...

Importance of shareholders’ agreements

When a new business is to be set up, there are a number of options available as to the structure of the busine...

Top 5 Tips for taking a Master Licence of an Incom...

Becoming the UK Master for incoming brands is the natural next step for the multi unit franchisee experienced ...

The responsibility to manage asbestos on completio...

If you are an owner, landlord, tenant or managing agent of a commercial property you may be responsible for ma...

Get to grips with employment law

Whether you have one small franchise or a multi-branch portfolio, if you have employees, it is crucial to get ...

Risky business?

Starting a business can be tricky and starting up a franchise business is often considered a less risky option...

Training and Examination BIIAB level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders

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The National Franchise Exhibition 2016 Survey

Fiona Boswell presents the results of the survey Fraser Brown conducted at the National Franchise Exhibition 2...

Case study: Incoming Franchisors

Fraser Brown acted for one of Irelands largest importer and wholesalers of furniture into the UK market prepa...

Top 5 legal tips to help your business thrive by franchising

Fiona Boswell discusses top 5 legal tips that will help your business thrive by franchising.

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