David Jermann is an accomplished litigator focusing on complex business litigation specifically involving franchise disputes. He thoroughly understands the high stakes involved in these matters and provides strategic and creative resolutions.
Before trial and appellate courts throughout the country, David counsels franchisors—most often in the hotel and real estate arena—in a wide variety of issues arising under franchise agreements and state franchise statutes. He has guided domestic and international franchisors in high profile litigation involving breaches of franchise and distribution agreements; franchise terminations, transfers and renewals; violations of franchise disclosure, relationship and business opportunity laws; unfair competition claims; trademark, trade dress and trade secret claims; violation of non-compete and nonsolicitation covenants; and real estate construction and financing conflicts.
David’s experience extends to the representation of both employers and employees in non-compete disputes in Missouri, Kansas, Texas and Virginia. He also defends brokers and brokerage firms in NASD/FINRA arbitrations and consults on regulatory matters pending before the Missouri and Kansas Securities Commissions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David A. Jermann, II