Stephen A. Katz, P.C.
111 John Street, Suite 800
New York, NY 10038-3180
(212) 349-6407 (Fax)
On behalf of franchisees who cannot resolve their problems, Katz
litigates against their franchisors; for as a franchise attorney, he
combines a knowledge of franchise law with many years' litigation
experience. Indeed, in his capacity as a small business lawyer and
franchise lawyer, Katz is presently bringing claims against two
franchisors who took their franchisees' money but did not live up to
Attorney Stephen A. Katz graduated with distinction from the University of
Wisconsin, after which he did graduate studies at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology in philosophy on a full fellowship.
He received a J.D. degree from Boston College Law School. After working
for two years for The Research Group in Cambridge, MA, Katz opened his
own law office. He soon built up a thriving asbestos-litigation
practice with offices in Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston.
In the 1990s, Katz moved into other areas, practicing franchise law,
representing small businesses, and handling hearing-loss cases. He takes a
particular interest in legal writing, and helps other attorneys write briefs and
memoranda of law.
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