LaPlaca Law Welcomes Pujo to Firm

LaPlaca Law is pleased to announce that Ms. Leslie Pujo has become a member of the firm. Ms. Pujo focuses on franchise law, with particular expertise in registration and disclosure matters, as well as franchise relationship issues. Before joining LaPlaca Law, Ms. Pujo was in-house franchise counsel at Choice Hotels International, Inc., and an associate at Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Pujo, who is fluent in French, received a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University, and an advanced degree in international law from the University of Toulouse in France. She is an adjunct professor in the Global Business and Public Policy program at the University of Maryland University College.

Ms. Pujo can be contacted at 202-466-8065, extension 2, and at [email protected]

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