Burr & Forman Partner Bryance Metheny Featured Franchise Times

January 03, 2013
Bryance Metheny, a partner in Burr & Forman's Birmingham office who focuses his practice on labor and employment issues impacting franchises, is quoted in the January 2013 issue of Franchise Times. The article, available here, discusses the complex issues raised by social media over the last year for both franchisors and franchisees. Metheny provides a legal framework regarding the major headlines from 2012 impacting franchise relations and the lessons that franchisors and franchisees, alike, can learn. 


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