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Stephen A. Katz, P.C.
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BIOGRAPHY

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.

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 their promises.      

 

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