In his Franchising column, David J. Kaufmann, senior partner of Kaufmann Gildin & Robbins, reviews recent cases where a plaintiff-franchisee sought to impose personal liability upon the owners of a f
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In his Franchising column, David J. Kaufmann, senior partner of Kaufmann Gildin & Robbins, writes that a recent case may have resuscitated 'Vysovsky' and its tortured "logic" that a franchisor's fail
In his Franchising column, Kaufmann Gildin & Robbins senior partner David J. Kaufmann discusses a recent decision in which current and former employees of franchised Domino's Pizza stores, in an FLSA
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In his Franchising column, David J. Kaufmann, a senior partner at Kaufmann Gildin Robbins, writes that there exists a universe of pricing models which private equity concerns may utilize in determini
...transactional and regulatory matters, was a partner at Kaufmann Gildin Robbins & Oppenheim. Mediation and arbitration services ...
In his Franchising column, David J. Kaufmann, senior partner at Kaufmann Gildin Robbins & Oppenheim, writes: It is the unseen third player at the table - the target's franchisee population - which di
In his Franchising column, David J. Kaufmann, senior partner of Kaufmann Gildin Robbins & Oppenheim, writes: The New York Franchise Act is perhaps the nation's toughest - and one seminal reason why i
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