Kelly Purcaro Discusses Civil Litigation on Panel at NJICLE Winter Conference

Partner Kelly Purcaro is presenting at NJICLE’s virtual 2020 Winter Conference on the Civil Litigation Track panel.
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Chuck E. Cheese’s Parent Joins Other National Eateries Facing Fewer Funding Options

Eric Horn explains why lenders are considering debt for equity swaps as a way to recoup value down the road.
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QSRs Find Their Footing in Uncertain Times

What lies ahead for the QSR industry? Brett Buterick, Esq. shares insights.
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Developments in Non-Signatory Liability in Franchise Agreements: Where and When Does It Apply?

A non-compete clause can be a very effective tool to protect a franchise system and intangible assets.
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Parent of Chuck E. Cheese Makes Unusual Rent Payment Offer to Landlords

The parent company of the restaurant chain proposes paying landlords a percentage of rent.
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Bankruptcy Judge Is Approving Move As Tailored Brands Plans to Close 500 Stores

A bankruptcy court judge is giving menswear seller Tailored Brands permission to walk away from 100 retail leases.
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A.Y. Strauss Grows Commercial Litigation Practice with Addition of Kory Ann Ferro, Esq.

A.Y. Strauss is pleased to announce that Kory Ann Ferro has joined the firm as an Associate in the Commercial Litigation group.
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Chuck E Cheese Owner Is Latest Major Retailer Allowed to Suspend Rent in Chapter 11

A U.S. bankruptcy judge granted approval for the parent company to not pay rent for the time being.
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1851 Franchise Features Evan Goldman in 2020 Franchise Legal Players

1851 interviewed A.Y. Strauss LLC attorney Evan Goldman about the state of franchising and the NLRB joint-employer ruling.
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Pier 1 Imports Names Bidder Willing to Pay $20 Million for E-Commerce, Brand

Home furnishings retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc. found a would-be buyer offering more than $20 million.
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