Anatomy of a Law Firm Merger: How to Make--or Break--the Deal
Law Practice Management Section, American Bar Association, 2000 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
Discussing the pragmatic and legitimate reasons for law firms to merge, this business guide provides valuable advice for every step in the merger process. Topics addressed include the right and wrong reasons to merge, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each firm, and possible deal breakers. Once a merger has been decided on, firms will need to evaluate fiscal conditions, establish communication links, combine administrative functions, and adapt management structures to ensure stable integration. Includes Disk.
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