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Business development through building up franchise networks is a strategic element of business. Both the creation and adaptation of an existing franchise model to market requirements are challenges that require implementation of, among other things, legal, organisational, management and financial changes. Due to the complexity of this process, multifaceted legal and tax advice is needed.
Therefore, DZP has created an interdisciplinary team of specialists whose aim is to support businesses planning to create a franchise network or make modifications to an existing model. The team consists of advisers in several fields of law, e.g. corporate, competition, consumer, personal data, taxation and fiscalisation, IT security and regulatory provisions.
We advise clients operating in a franchise model:
Our advice particularly responds to the need to:
Main features of our advice:
Clients building up a franchise network or changing an existing franchise model are advised by a team of specialists:
Corporate law | transaction advice | personal data:
Competition and consumer law:
Tax law and fiscalisation:
News | 01.07.2022 We are delighted to announce that, on 1 July, Daniel Chojnacki from Infrastructure and Energy Practice, Piotr Jackowski from Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice, Sylwia Kuca and Damian Szczygielski from Corporate and M&A Practice joined the group of our law firm's Partners.
News | 20.06.2022 The first postgraduate course for franchise leaders in Poland started at the Warsaw School of Economics in 2022. Dr Anna Hlebicka-Józefowicz, head of DZP's regulatory and legislative advisory team, was invited to be one of the lecturers.
Alert | 23.08.2021 The Code of Good Practice for the Franchise Market (the “Code”) is a joint initiative of franchisees and franchisors as well as industry organisations and experts. A signatory of the Code should adjust its activity to the standards and rules adopted in the Code within six months after subscribing to the Code.