Ensuring Compliance With Franchise Registration And Disclosure Requirements
As a franchisor, you must provide a Franchise Disclosure Document to your prospective franchisees in all 50 states. In some states, a franchise must be registered before a franchisor begins selling franchises in the state. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), franchise registration states and the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) have implemented complex legal rules that apply to the offer and sale of franchises.
Whether you are establishing a new franchise program or are an established franchise company, the franchise attorneys at Huck Bouma work with you to obtain and keep your franchise registrations and Franchise Disclosure Document in compliance with federal and state franchise laws. The Huck Bouma franchise attorneys have extensive experience in registering franchises in all the franchise registration states. Put the years of experience and legal skills of the attorneys of the Huck Bouma Franchise Law Practice Group to work for you.
Helping Franchisors Remain In Compliance Nationwide
- Does your Franchise Disclosure Document need some fine-tuning?
- Are you having trouble getting your franchise registered in some states?
- Are you missing any required disclosures under the Amended FTC Franchise Rule?
- Do you want to add a new financial performance representation to your Franchise Disclosure Document?
- Have you met all of the state-specific disclosure requirements?
- Are your prospects having difficulty understanding your current Franchise Disclosure Document?
- Are you missing opportunities to reduce your risk of legal claims?
Your compliance with franchise law is critical to the success of your company. The franchise lawyers at Huck Bouma guide you through the legal procedures and the necessary steps for registration and proper disclosure of your franchise offering.
Huck Bouma‘s franchise lawyers can review and modify your Franchise Disclosure Document to make sure that it is in full compliance with state and federal franchise laws. This ensures it is consistent with your franchise agreement, operations manual, website, and promotional and marketing materials, as is required by law. Although the disclosure requirements must be followed, the franchise lawyers at Huck Bouma work to make the content and format easier to read and more understandable by the prospective franchisee.
Offering Training On Franchise Sales Procedures
There are rules for selling franchises under the Amended FTC Franchise Rule and state franchise registration laws that apply to franchisors and all franchise sellers, including subfranchisors/master franchisees, franchise sales personnel and franchise brokers. Huck Bouma franchise attorneys with 30 years of franchising experience can train you and your entire staff on these franchise sales procedures and disclosure requirements, at either your headquarters or at a location convenient for you.
Maintaining Franchise Documents Nationwide From Our DuPage County Office
The franchise attorneys at Huck Bouma work with both experienced and established franchisors and companies interested in developing a franchise program. For assistance creating and maintaining the necessary franchise documents and franchise registrations, Huck Bouma franchise attorneys can help. Reach out today to schedule an initial consultation.