Craig resolves disputes responsively and cost-effectively. He has a broad business practice, with strong focuses on franchise, insolvency and infrastructure transactions.
Clients frequently call on Craig to provide creative solutions in bet-the-company and emergent litigation, defining transactions and arbitration matters.
In franchise development and disputes, both domestic and international, Craig primarily represents franchisors, but will represent a franchisee in certain transactions, and has represented franchisees in litigation and arbitrations in some cases.
For more than a decade, Craig has been a monthly contributor to the Legal Intelligencer, a ALM publication, a contributor to the New York Law Journal, and has taught as an adjunct professor at Temple University School of Law. He has written chapters in books on bankruptcy, covenants not to compete and franchise agreements published by the American Bar Association.