Michael Einbinder will be contributing to the Attorneys Roundtable at the Coalition of Franchisee Associations Day Forum on May 5, 2014, in Arlington, Virginia.
Congratulations to Michael Einbinder and Julie Lusthaus, both recently named to the Franchise Times Magazine’s Legal Eagle Hall of Fame. The magazine designates a limited number of top franchise attorneys as Legal Eagles based on peer recommendations and contributions to the franchise industry, such as writing for legal publications and speaking at franchise events.
Einbinder & Dunn exhibited at the 2014 Westchester Business Expo on Thursday, March 20, 2014 at the Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook, NY. For more information please click here.
Terrence Dunn represents parties who have recently signed a multi-million dollar lease for a major restaurant chain in Times Square. Other leases are in negotiation for similar restaurants in Harlem, upper Manhattan, College Point and Oceanside, New York.
Julie Lusthaus and Mackenzie Dimitri wrote an article for the February 2014 Issue of Franchising USA Magazine, entitled “Pending Franchise Legislation – What Franchisors and Franchisees Need to Know.” To read the article click here.
Julie Lusthaus and Mackenzie Dimitri wrote an article for the December 2013 Issue of Franchising USA Magazine, entitled “Franchising Your Business.” To read the article click here.
We are pleased to announce that Mackenzie L. Dimitri will be joining our team as the new Commercial Litigation Associate. Ms. Dimitri comes to our offices with 3 years of litigation experience
Terrence Dunn wrote an article for the October 2013 Issue of Franchising USA Magazine, entitled “Franchisee Tenant Checklist: Look Before You Leap Into a Lease” To read the article click here.
Julie Lusthaus wrote an article for the August 2013 Issue of Franchising USA Magazine, entitled “Just How Exclusive is an Exclusive Territory?” To read the article click here.
Julie Lusthaus wrote an article for the July 2013 Issue of Franchising USA Magazine, entitled “Independent Franchisee Associations and Franchisee Groups.” To read the article click here.
Julie Lusthaus has been appointed as chair of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Division of the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising.
Einbinder & Dunn is pleased to announce the opening of its Westchester office. Located at 777 Westchester Avenue in White Plains, New York. Einbinder & Dunn represents clients in all types of Franchise Law matters.
Julie Lusthaus and Michael Einbinder were speakers at the “36th Annual Forum on Franchising: Franchising in Full Animation,” on October 16-18, 2013. Julie Lusthaus presented “Fundamentals 201: Strategic Discovery Issues in Franchise Litigation” and Michael Einbinder presented “The Role of the Lawyer in a Franchisee’s Due Diligence.” For more information please click here.
Einbinder & Dunn, LLP participated in the International Franchise Expo held on June 20-22, 2013 at the Javits Center in New York City. For more information please click here.
Michael Einbinder has been listed among the top franchise lawyers by the Franchise Times for the past 10 years. The magazine bases this designation on peer recommendations and contributions to the franchise industry, such as writing for legal publications and speaking at franchise events. Additionally, Michael Einbinder has been entered into the Legal Eagles Hall of Fame.
Michael Einbinder spoke at the “First Annual New York Real Estate Career Expo,” on March 14, 2013 at the New York Bar Building. For more information please click here
Two cases successfully handled by Einbinder & Dunn involving franchise agreement non competes are the subject of a story in the February issue of Franchise Times. To read the article click here
Michael Einbinder was a featured speaker at the event “Franchise Roundtable – Do’s and Don’ts of Franchisor FDD’s and Franchisee Compliance,” sponsored by Citrin Cooperman on Thursday, February 7, 2013. Click here for more information.
Einbinder & Dunn recently prevailed on behalf of a former franchisee in the child care industry. The Franchisor sought to enforce a noncompetition agreement and the court ruled that the Franchisor failed to establish irreparable harm or the public interest element of its injunction application and denied the motion. Click here for more information.
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