35 Franchise L.J. i (2015-2016)

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FRANCHISE LAW JOURNAL

       2014-2015   FITORIAL BOARD

              EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
           Bethany L. Appl eby (2015)
             Wiggin and Dana LLP
             bapplebv@wiggin.com


             AssocArE   EDITORS


     Gary R. Batenhorst (2016)
C/ine illiamsWn ghtJohnson  O1dfather
               LL P
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         Amy Cheng  (2015)
         Cheng Cohen LLC
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     Danielj. Oates (2017)
Miller Nish Graham & Dunn LLP
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    C. Griffith Towle (2017)
 Bartko, Zankel, Thrrant & Miller
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  Trishanda L. Treadwell (2016)
Parker Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs LLP
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  Topic  & ARTICLE  EDITORS


     Jason Binford (2015)
Kane Russell Colerlan & Logan PC
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    Jennifer Doiman (2015)
 0sder; Hoskins 6 Harcourt, LLP
       jdolman@osle com

     Jan S. Gilbert (2015)
       Gray Plant Moot v
    jan. gilbert @gpmlaw.eon;


   Elliot R. Ginsburg (2015)
   Garner  & Ginsburg, PA.
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     Maral Kilejian (2015)
     a/din  Russ Kilejian
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   Jason M. MNurray (2015)
       InVay  Law PA.
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Heather Carson Perkins (015)
   Faegie Baker Daniels LLP
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   vANAGING EDITOR
       Wendy J .Snith
       AB4  Publishing
   American Bar Association
 wend y.snith@arericanbarorg

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