Franchise Law News - A Consistent Source Of Quality Legal Information
Franchisors and Franchisees Can Access Current Legal Articles in Print, eNewsletter and Online
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 26, 2010 - Franchise Update Media Group (FUMG) the leading industry resource for franchise development, today announced the launch of Franchise Law News, providing franchisors with a consistent source of quality legal information about the franchise industry. The print edition and eNewsletter are distributed quarterly, and online access is available anytime at www.FranchiseLawNews.com.
"We launched Franchise Law News to fill a void," said Gary Gardner, CEO of FUMG. "Until now, there has been no single, consistent source of legal information that specifically addresses the issues franchisors and franchisees face. The articles are written by franchise attorneys so that franchisors and franchisees can understand the laws and regulations that can affect their ability to continue to successfully grow their business."
The first quarterly issue has been distributed, reaching more than 15,000 franchisor presidents, development executives, and franchise and service professionals, representing more than 600,000 units. For more information, contact Sharon Wilkinson at email@example.com or call 800-289-4232, ext. 202.
About Franchise Update Media Group
Founded in 1988, Franchise Update Media Group (FUMG) produces online franchise sites, magazines, research, books and conferences in franchising. Targeting franchise audiences online, in print and in person, FUMG delivers a unique combination of education and lead-generation sources that helps franchisors, multi-unit franchisees and suppliers achieve their growth objectives. For more information, please visit www.franchiseupdatemedia.com.
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