Known for keeping his franchisor clients out of legal trouble, attorney Harold Kestenbaum says those he represents have honored him with the nickname “the franchising guru.” He wears the title proudly, especially given that in 30 years of specializing in franchise law, he has argued cases in a courtroom only twice. Based in Uniondale, N.Y., on Long Island, Kestenbaum has represented scores of national, international and regional restaurant companies, among them Sbarro, New York Burrito, ...

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