As Co-Chair of Fox Rothschild's Franchising & Distribution Practice Group, Craig is a skilled international litigator who handles complex business disputes involving intellectual property, licenses, business torts and insolvency issues. He focuses on franchise companies’ development and expansion. He has represented individuals, companies and governments in litigation before state and federal courts and in international arbitration forums. His practice centers on developing and protecting the financial and brand equity of franchise companies, real estate projects and energy projects. For franchise companies, he regularly structures new franchise programs, many of which are international. He has also served as special counsel to franchise companies.
Craig is also Co-Chair of the firm's International Arbitration Practice Group.
American Bar Association, Business Law and Forum Committee on Franchising; International Franchise Association; Law360 International Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board; New Jersey Bar Association; New York State Bar Association (member of the Business Law Section Executive Committee and Special International Task Force Subcommittee); Pennsylvania Bar Association (Corporate, Business and Banking Section, chair of the Franchise Law Committee); Philadelphia Bar Association; International Bar Association
J.D., Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law; B.A., La Salle University