A career in the franchise business can be unpredictable. When you’re suddenly faced with a difficult legal decision regarding your future, a skilled attorney can help you through the process. Attorney H. Glenn Alberich has provided legal representation to franchisees, beverage licensees, and other business owners for over 40 years. If you need representation in Boston, Massachusetts, or in its surrounding areas, contact H. Glenn Alberich Law Offices today for a free consultation.
After being assigned an alcoholic beverage law case early in his career, Attorney Alberich discovered a passion for the business. He has since been representing clients here in Boston—and around the country—for four decades. Learn more about how he can assist your case.
Having spent 40 years providing clients with legal counsel, Attorney Alberich is highly equipped to handle your specific case.
H. Glenn Alberich Law Offices will work efficiently and economically on your case so you don’t have to pay more than you should. You deserve affordable legal help.
When Attorney Alberich takes on your case, he will commit wholeheartedly to finding a favorable resolution that serves your best interests.
Attorney Alberich's client—a brewer—purchased another brewery, and planned to provide its products to his client's distributors. The purchased brewery's former distributor claimed the client's attempt to terminate sales and transition the brands to the client's distributors violated the law.
H. Glenn Alberich discovered his client's franchisor had substantially revised the most recent version of their franchise agreement to include terms that would harm his client and any prospective purchaser.
H. Glenn Alberich's client's faced claims that his license to operate an all alcohol package store was granted in violation of alcoholic beverage laws. Attorney Alberich filed an opposition to the competitor's motion, and the Court ruled in his favor.
H. Glenn Alberich sought a declaratory judgment against the Attorney General on behalf of his clients, MA malt beverage wholesalers. They were told the state treasurer should receive remaining deposits not returned by customers, claiming they were abandoned property. The trial court ruled in favor of Mr. Alberich's client, and the ruling was affirmed by the MA Supreme Court.