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Mark Kirsch focuses his practice on domestic and international franchising and distribution matters, counseling clients on various corporate, commercial, licensing, franchise, and business development matters. His work involves primarily transactional and regulatory matters – with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions – as well as counseling on dispute resolution, and mediation of franchise-related disputes.
Mark’s clients range from emerging franchise systems to large national and international chains, across a variety of industries, including restaurants, hotels, health care, equipment manufacturing and distribution, educational and training businesses, technology and telecommunications, car rental and automotive services, staffing personnel agencies, real estate, cosmetics and hair care, and various retail product and service businesses. Mark’s work includes developing and structuring franchise and distribution systems; drafting and negotiating franchise, licensing, and distribution agreements; acquisition and sale of franchise systems and large multiple unit portfolios; and counseling clients on compliance with state and federal regulatory issues.
Mark is a frequent author and presenter on franchising, distribution, and M&A issues. Mark is a former Board member of the International Franchise Association.