Sophisticated Transactions and Complex Litigation

Paris Ackerman & Schmierer is widely recognized among the top franchise, distribution and licensing law firms in the country. Our attorneys counsel hundreds of franchisees and dealers, from many of the nation's largest franchise systems, as they navigate the roads of complex litigation and sophisticated transactions. We also represent national and regional franchisors, as well as emerging concepts seeking to expand through franchising, licensing or distribution.

Our attorneys also provide counsel to leading businesses and business owners throughout the United States, in a broad spectrum of industries, including restaurants, bars, private equity firms, waste management, film, radio, and media.

Paris Ackerman & Schmierer also represents consumers and businesses that have been victimized by the deceptive practices employed by large corporations. We protect our clients' interests and help them vindicate their rights through complex consumer protection lawsuits and class actions. We have successfully prosecuted a number of these lawsuits against many of the largest U.S. banks, financial service companies, and corporations. Working with co-counsel, we have achieved judgments and settlements in excess of $75 million in these cases.

With offices in New York, Philadelphia and Roseland, New Jersey, we are one of the premier law firms in the tri-state metropolitan region. The sophistication and complexity of the matters we are called upon to handle are indicative of our reputation within the legal community and the various industries we serve, as well as our continued ability to deliver the highest levels of client satisfaction.

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