Regina B. Amolsch concentrates her practice in franchising, licensing, and distribution issues, as well as general corporate transactions. She provides advice and counseling on franchise relations, terminations, transfers, regulatory compliance, establishment and operation of franchise systems, and dispute resolution.
Her experience includes preparation and negotiation of franchise and license agreements and disclosure materials for domestic and international development, and creation of documents for various business transactions and relationships, including asset sales, transfers, and advertising cooperatives.
She has a special focus as well on technology and e-commerce. On this front she advises prepares Internet-related policies and guidelines for franchise systems, drafts agreements for website development and licensing arrangements, and counsels clients on domain name management and related issues.
Ms. Amolsch has co-authored articles and has spoken at industry seminars concerning franchising and intellectual property issues.
Ms. Amolsch has also contributed other materials, including the International Franchise Association 2000 Legal Roundtable materials, Legal Aspects of Technology in Franchising, the International Franchise Association 2001 Legal Roundtable materials The Prevent Defense, and to the franchise law chapter of Legal Aspects of Selling and Buying (2d ed. West Group 1992).
She has also contributed to articles appearing in various franchise-related publications and to materials for client and seminar presentations.
Before entering law firm practice, Ms. Amolsch served in-house as the Assistant Counsel of Hooters of America, Inc., the national franchisor and operator of the “Hooters” restaurant chain.
In that capacity, she directed and managed non-employment litigation and trademark activities; assisted in developing and implementing corporate, franchising, and employment practices and policies; conducted internal investigations of employment claims; and counseled unit managers on legal compliance and company policies and procedures.
- District of Columbia Bar Association
- Georgia State Bar Association
- Virginia State Bar Association
- American Bar Association (Business Law Section, the Forum on Franchising, and Young Lawyer Division, also served as on the Technology Committee for the Forum on Franchising)
- Emory University School of Law (J.D.)
- University of Miami (B.A., with honors)
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