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Bob Steinberger
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Robert, who often goes by Bob, is a founding partner of the Law Offices of Soden & Steinberger, LLP.

Bob's practice focuses on both business entity formation and also in civil and business litigation. He is adept at both creating the best legal structure for your enterprise as well as setting the foundations for franchise owners and buyers. On the litigation side he’s worked on real estate disputes between buyers and seller, contract disputes between companies or individuals, shareholder disputes and trademark infringement. He has spent the past 17 years representing client's interests in resolving disputes.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Bob had a successful career in commercial real estate. He specialized in assisting companies with the purchase and lease office space for business needs. Bob's entrepreneurial spirit and negotiation skills learned as a broker provide additional benefits and insight to his clients. For more information on Franchising your business, please visit:

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What the $15 Fight Means for the Franchise World

(1) Comments | Posted April 28, 2015 | 1:05 PM

Regardless of your stance on the $15 fight sweeping across the nation, the matter is here to stay. In reality, increasing minimum wage isn't a new concept. Back in my heyday, minimum wage was $2 an hour. It has more than tripled since then.

As cost of living increases,...

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Should Franchisors Include Earnings Claims?

(3) Comments | Posted December 17, 2014 | 11:53 PM

Earnings claims are an optional piece in the Franchise Disclosure Document, and up until recently, most companies opted out of providing them.

On one hand, this developed challenges for prospective franchisees to accurately determine their income levels. If asked what franchisees could expect to make on their money, all...

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Protect Your Franchise from the Same Fate as McDonald's

(0) Comments | Posted October 15, 2014 | 4:12 PM

The National Labor Relations Board's recent ruling labeling McDonald's as a joint employer of their franchisees struck a current of fear into most franchisors. In many ways, the ruling was an attempt to redefine the role of the franchise in employee disputes, broadening the scope of what a joint employer...

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The Essential Guide to Preparing to Franchise Your Business

(0) Comments | Posted August 14, 2014 | 2:10 PM

Franchising isn't an overnight process.

Most good things never are. But while franchising isn't an easy task, the truth remains that when you combine a strong business model, a well thought out and strategically planned foundation and the patience to set up your franchise properly, the end product will...

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