Assists and counsels clients in structuring, maintaining and expanding franchise systems.
Advises clients on issues regarding franchise disclosure and registration, relationship issues, advertising and licensing.
Works with start-up, as well as nationally recognized franchisors.
Having been a securities litigator for a short period, Manal brings a rather unique perspective to the transactional practice group at Jones Waldo.
Manal's clients have included corporations such as Costa Vida, Mrs. Fields, Spectrum Home Services, Real Property Management and Unishippers.
Fordham University, J.D., 1993
- Staff Member, 1991-1992 and Note and Articles Editor, 1992-1993, Fordham Law Review.
- Teaching Assistant, Legal Writing Program, 1991-1992
University of Rochester, B.A., magna cum laude, 1988
University of Paris, Sorbonne
Member, Utah State Bar
Chair, Franchise Law Section, Utah State Bar
Member, New York State and American Bar Associations
Member, American Bar Association, Forum on Franchising, Alternate Dispute Resolution Section
Member, National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
Member, Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce
Volunteer, SCORE, Counselor to start-ups and small businesses
"The Applicability of the Fair Use Defense to Commercial Advertising: Eliminating Unfounded Limitation," Fordam Law Review.
Born in Cairo, Egypt