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Small business owners have an opportunity to learn from their peers who have attempted and failed or, more importantly, have successfully sold their business during the second quarter of 2014. The International Business Broker Association (IBBA) and M&A Source, in partnership with the Pepperdine University, have summed up survey results from 250 respondents about businesses being marketed and […]The post Your Company Failed to Sell – Here’s Why appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 8 weeks 5 hours ago

Bitcoin as Payment in Small Law Firms- Part One | Solo, Small Firm and General Practice DivisionThe post Bitcoin as Payment in Small Law Firms appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 10 weeks 11 hours ago

Can You (and Should You) Purchase or Sell a Law Firm in NJ?The post Can You (and Should You) Buy Or Sell a Law Firm in New Jersey? appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 11 weeks 4 hours ago

There are many reasons for an attorney to begin the process of “passing the torch” of their law practice. There are planned reasons such as retirement or transitioning into a government position. Also, there are unplanned reasons such as incapacitation or death of an attorney. For whatever reason a law office is winding down, succession […]The post Succession Planning of Law Practice for Sole Practitioner or Small Law Office appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 16 weeks 8 hours ago

You may think that the trusting, tight-knit nature of family owned business means they have a lower risk of fraud. But some experts believe the risk and occurrence of misappropriation are actually greater in family businesses due in part to that very environment of trust. Furthering the problem, the perpetrator may not realize his or her […]The post 4 Myths About Family Business Fraud appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 18 weeks 8 hours ago

In short answer, yes. But the real answer is a bit more complex. Selling a law practice is not an easy feat however, with thoughtful planning and patience, buying or selling a law practice can be profitable. Prior to 1990, the American Bar Association had no provisions for the sale of a law practice. However, […]The post Can a Law Firm be Sold? appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 20 weeks 10 hours ago

City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito’s proposal to nearly double the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, up from the current $8, would hit small businesses and their customers hardest, forcing them to raise prices, lay off workers, and move or outsource operations outside the city, according to owners, advisers to small firms and leaders […]The post Maximum Worry on Minimum Wage Hike (Crain’s New York Business) appeared first on Lindenwood Associates.



Posted 22 weeks 5 days ago