DECEMBER 9, 2016

Roz Goldstein elected to British Franchise Association Board of Directors

Roz Goldstein, founder of Goldstein Legal, is honoured to have been elected to the British Franchise Association (bfa) Board of Directors yesterday at the bfa’s Annual General Meeting in Birmingham.

A pro-active supporter of the bfa, Roz will use her newly acquired position of Member of the bfa Board of Directors to promote best practice within the industry, in order to stimulate the continued success of ethical franchising in the UK.

Roz has extensive experience of franchising, having spent a large part of her career in the industry, working in franchisor corporates before founding her own legal firm, Goldstein Legal, in 2006.  A strong advocate of ethical franchising, Roz Goldstein has provided many franchisees and franchisors with solutions-focused legal advice over the years and has recently attained Qualified Franchise Professional (QFP) status.

Roz Goldstein’s election to the bfa Board of Directors follows her nomination earlier this year.

Goldstein Legal is a specialist commercial and franchising law firm, based in Windsor.  The firm’s services cover franchising, business and commercial, employment and property law. Goldstein Legal has been a bfa affiliate member since 2007.  The company prides itself on its honest and solutions-focused approach to legal issues, and delivering the best possible service to all its clients.


Roz Goldstein with Simon Bartholomew, Retiring Chairman of the bfa, at the bfa AGM in Birmingham

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