Franchise Legal Support, under the direction of lead attorney David Scott
Levaton, Esq., is a Los Angeles law firm devoted to franchisees in all
aspects and stages of operation.
Mr. Levaton is one of the nation’s leading franchise attorneys and
has been representing franchisees and franchisee associations for nearly
30 years; his family has been in franchising for more than 45 years.
Clients who come to Franchise Legal Support can expect:
- Service backed by more than 30 years of experience
- Free consultations
- Personalized one-on-one attention
- Understanding and knowledge on a wide range of franchise law matters
Mr. Levaton obtained his undergraduate business degree from the University
of Southern California (USC), and his JD Law Degree from Southwestern
University. He also holds a postgraduate Law Degree from Pepperdine University’s
Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. He has additionally done course
work through Harvard University's Program on Negotiation.
As a leading authority on franchise law, Mr. Levaton is on the California
State Bar Franchise Law Committee. He also helped draft California Assembly
Bill 1782 on tradeshow exceptions and California Assembly Bill 2637 on
negotiated sales. Mr. Levaton also served on the Board of the Southern
California Mediation Association (SCMA) and is Director of the SCMA Mediation
His experience and training in franchisee law, negotiation and dispute
resolution has provided him the skill set to be an exceptional advocate,
problem solver and negotiator.
Mr. Levaton brings a unique perspective to franchise legal matters. In
addition to being a franchise attorney, he owned and operated a multi-unit
franchise operation for 15 years. David’s experiences in franchise
operations and expertise in franchise law provide his clients with exceptionally
well rounded counsel, insuring his clients have all the information necessary
to make sound legal and business decisions, for their success today and
in years to come.
To learn how Frianchise Legal Support can help,
contact Attorney David Levaton today.