Isabel Yague Joins Murray Law, P.A.
November 9, 2015 - Categories: Firm News
MIAMI – Murray Law, P.A., is pleased to announce that Isabel Yague has joined the Firm as an Associate Attorney. Ms. Yague will be a part of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution Law Practice Group as well as the firm’s Business Litigation and Trade Regulation Practice Group.
As a former In-House Counsel for various international companies, including 100 Montaditos, Hair Club for Men, and Dragados USA, Ms. Yague has extensive experience representing multinational corporate clients. Ms. Yague has advised companies on all legal and compliance aspects of conducting business successfully in the United States, Canada, Spain, and Latin America. In addition, Ms. Yague has experience representing franchisors in all aspects of the franchise relationship, ensuring franchisor’s compliance with franchise disclosure and registration laws, as well as facilitating smooth franchisor-franchisee interactions. Ms. Yague received her J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law in 2009 and B.A. in Law and Political Science from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Madrid, Spain) in 2005.
Ms. Yague stated that she is “thrilled to become part of the Murray Law team and is looking forward to contributing to the international expansion of the franchise, corporate and litigation practices at the Firm.” Jason Murray, the firm’s President and CEO, stated that “Ms. Yague has done significant work in the areas of franchise and corporate law, and her international skills will be a key component in the Firm’s global expansion plans.”
Murray Law provides counsel and assistance with creating, managing, licensing, protecting, and enforcing franchised business relationships, product distribution systems, and dealership networks. The firm seeks to help franchisors, manufacturers and suppliers form and maintain relationships with franchisees, distributors and dealers through which they can continue providing consumer products and services to the public on a regional, national and international basis. Murray Law’s practice specifically relates to licensing and development, regulation and compliance, as well as dispute resolution through mediation, arbitration, and litigation.