Senior Associate, Head of Franchising and Commercial Services
The intellectual property associated with the business must be licensed to the Franchisee (to enable it to use it without the threat of action for infringement). The Franchisor must hold itself out as owning the intellectual property and should suffer the cost of any intellectual property infringement claims made by third parties.
We can explain this in more detail and deal with any complex legal issues to ensure you can run your franchise efficiently and successfully.
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