These businesses appear to be simple point-of-sale outlets featuring same-day service relationships with customers who aren’t governed by a written contract. But this industry has many behind-the-scenes legal needs.
The food industry is highly competitive, and subject to economic impacts such as recessions. In addition to helping restaurants manage supplier and distributor contracts and employee relations, a Way Law food lawyer ensures compliance with health and safety regulations, manages liquor licensing, oversees lease negotiations for the physical location, deals with potential food safety issues, and advises on customer complaints.
If you run a restaurant or food service business, you know there’s more to it than serving great-tasting food. An expert Way Law food lawyer can help you maximize your business’ potential and reach your goals.