Inventory, trademarks, trade secrets, and non-compete agreements


Printer, Copying & Sign Franchises

Consumers rely upon the dependability and selection of various well-known printing franchises for school, work and personal projects. Printing franchises provide a host of supplies and capabilities that a home computer or workplace copy room cannot match. A printing franchise may give rise to disputes with franchisors that involve issues such as inventory, trademarks, trade secrets, and non-compete agreements.

As experienced franchise lawyers, Mulcahy LLP can help determine whether owning a printing, copy and sign franchise is the right fit for you. We have the knowledge needed to help clients identify the risks involved in buying a franchise. We can also provide clients with comprehensive legal guidance throughout their business endeavor. When franchisees are ready to sell their business or want to get out of a franchise contract, we can facilitate the sale or initiate discussions with the franchiser.

A printing franchise can provide consumers with many conveniences such as:

  • Printing
  • Copying
  • Binding
  • Paper
  • Supplies such as ink and toner
  • Signs
  • Calendars
  • Postcards
  • Invitations
  • Greeting cards
  • Photography
  • Photo enlargements
  • Brochures
  • Business cards
  • Newsletters
  • Flyers
  • Posters

Printing, copy and sign franchises are a profitable and stable business. You will provide consumers with a convenient and sought-after service. If you interested in learning more about owning and operating a printing, copy and sign franchise, contact us to schedule a consultation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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