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Professionalism epitomised Roz and her team provide advice and support of the highest order. There experience in Franchising is second to none- Highly recommended
I cannot recommend Roz and her team enough. They are expert, efficient, pragmatic and upfront. They are always responsive. Importantly their advice always felt genuine and in dealing with my matter as a client i felt Roz went out of her way to represent me and really pushed to achieve the best outcome for me. I would not hesitate to recommend Roz and her brilliant team to my family, friends and colleagues
Having established a start up financial planning business in Windsor, I needed straight talking, effective and reliable legal advice when I began to employ folk. Goldstein delivered on precisely what I needed; all deadlines met with work of the highest standard.

Goldstein Legal Blog

We regularly blog on subjects related to franchising in the UK, commercial law and employment law.

G8 Meeting in Northern Ireland

When some of the most powerful leaders in the world get together, the only certainty is that the discussions will be wide ranging and may well not stay on-topic.  Certainly this is the case with the current G8 meeting in Lough Erne, Northern Ireland.  Pre-meeting publicity centred firmly on matters such as the global economy […]

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Making the Most of a Franchise Show

“Business opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming.”   This quote may go some way towards explaining why Richard Branson has been so successful in business but the trick which differentiates his success from the successive failures of “Del Boy” is in picking the right opportunities. Whilst some business people will tell you that […]

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Franchising Resilience

When the going gets tough, the smart businessman wants to be in franchising. This in essence is the message from the 2012 NatWest bfa franchise survey. Using statistics gathered in respect of the 2011 calendar year, the survey highlights the internal and external factors which have affected the franchising sector during the year, as well […]

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The Leveson Report – “Who Guards the Guardians?”

The long-awaited Report of the Leveson Inquiry, which has cost the public purse an estimated £4 million to £5 million since its inception in June last year, was published yesterday, and has provoked a political maelstrom in the UK.  With the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats supporting the Report’s recommendations in their entirety, representatives […]

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Franchise Litigation – the tide is turning?

Franchisors liable for misrepresentation A recent High Court decision suggests that the legal tide may be starting to turn against Franchisors. Up until last year, UK case law precedent supporting the rights of franchisees against their franchisors was thin on the ground.  Franchisors had some confidence that they could enforce the terms of their franchise […]

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Franchising Opportunity

In December 1827 the American author, Charles A Goodrich coined the motto which is now popularly quoted as “a place for everything and everything in its place”.   In doing so he was merely drawing on the pre-existing idea that there is a natural order and size for everything and to go against that order is […]

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Government shake-up of employment law – making it easier for employers to dismiss staff?

A combination of legislation in process and Government consultation looks set to make life easier for employers, particularly when it comes to dismissing staff.  Last month, the Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS), launched a “Call for Evidence”, as part of an informal consultation process. The Government’s proposals, first floated  in a controversial report by […]

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Google – Breaching European Law?

Google has gone ahead with the implementation of its  controversial new privacy policy, despite a warning from EU authorities to CEO  Larry Page on Tuesday that Google appears to be violating European law. With effect from 1st March, private data  collected about you when you use one Google service – such as your browsing  data […]

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