Scott Korzenowski represents franchisees and dealers in disputes with their franchisors and manufacturers.
Since 2001, Scott Korzenowski has devoted his efforts to helping the “little guys” enforce and protect their rights against the “big guys”. In doing so, Scott not only has helped franchisees and dealers recover millions of dollars from their franchisors or manufacturers through litigation, he also has assisted his clients in repairing and strengthening his clients’ relationships with their franchisors and manufactures by negotiating agreements that provide his clients their best opportunities to succeed.
Scott also works with several franchisee associations, including those in the Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dairy Queen and Subway systems.
Scott has devoted his efforts to work collaboratively with his clients’ franchisors and manufacturers where possible, but, if necessary, he and the other lawyers at Dady & Gardner are willing to take the fight to a court or arbitrator.
American Bar Association Forum on Franchising
Scott was a sports columnist for the Gannett News Service prior to attending law school. In his spare time, Scott likes to boat, play golf, and talk sports on KFAN radio in the Twin Cities where he hosts a weekend show called “Korzo on Sunday Mornings.”
Scott has represented franchisees in well over 100 different systems, including McDonald’s, KFC, Dairy Queen, Tim Hortons, Subway, GolfTEC, ForeverLawn, Shred-It, and HealthSource. He has also worked with dealers for John Deere, Case-IH, Volvo, Mack Trucks and Toyota among others.
Scott has been a lawyer since 1998 and has been at Dady & Gardner since 2001.
Working with Nursefinders and Pop-A-Lock franchisors to draft completely new franchise agreements.
Scott is a regular writer and speaker for both the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising and the International Franchise Association.
Scott has represented clients in almost every state in the United States. His is a true national practice.
University of Minnesota
Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Journalism
1983 - 1979
University of Minnesota School of Law
1996 - 1993