Lusthaus Law Founding Member, Julie Lusthaus, says appointment as ABA Franchise Forum Program Co-chair is an honor.
HARRISON, NY – Founder of franchise-focused Lusthaus Law PC, Julie Lusthaus, has been appointed 2018 Program Co-Chair for the American Bar Association Forum on Franchise Annual Meeting.
Having the opportunity to serve on the ABA Forum on Franchising Governing Committee as co-chair for the upcoming 2018 annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee is quite an honor, says Julie Lusthaus. “I am looking forward to working with colleagues to provide the more than 800 expected attendees with the high quality franchise educational programs and collegial social events that they have come to expect from the ABA Forum’s annual three-day conference.”
Lusthaus, whose practice is specifically focused on the formation and
operating needs of franchisors and franchisees, works closely with
franchisor clients to ensure that they appropriately and
cost-efficiently develop essential franchise disclosure documents,
agreements and obtain state registrations where necessary. The firm also
serves franchisees, reviewing disclosure documents, negotiating
franchise agreements and leases and developing appropriate corporate
structures and related agreements. For start-ups and general business
clients, Lusthaus provides outside general counsel services.
About Lusthaus Law:
Lusthaus Law (lusthauslawpc.com) is a franchise and business law firm serving franchise clients nationwide. With over 22 years’ experience, Lusthaus prides herself on providing value to clients, working to meet their legal needs in an efficient, timely and economically reasonable manner.
About Julie Lusthaus:
Julie Lusthaus (firstname.lastname@example.org), Founding Member of Lusthaus Law, has been practicing franchise and business law for 22 years. She is a Governing Committee member of the ABA Forum on Franchise and frequent speaker on franchise and business law issues. Julie Lusthaus has been named “Legal Eagle” by Franchise Times, having been nominated by her peers each year since 2014.