By The Strong Firm P.C. | Published November 24, 2014 | |
According to the Family Business Institute, only 30% of family businesses survive beyond the first generation. [https://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/05/business/smallbusiness/how-they-beat-the-odds-to-keep-family-businesses-healthy.html?pagewanted+all&_r=1&]. While there are a variety of reasons why family businesses fail in subsequent generations, it is generally agreed that careful and intentional planning is a key component to reducing that risk. [https://hbr.org/2012/01/avoid-the-traps-that-can-destroy-family-businesses/ar/1]. An early consideration is whether your Read MoreRead More
I am sad to report that bullying is still alive and well in the legal profession. Unfortunately, I have found that the mass majority of this behavior stems from senior attorneys with decades of practice experience under their belt who quite frankly feel that threatening and bullying a younger, less experienced, associate is the sure Read MoreRead More
How to fund the purchase of an existing business or the start of a new business is often the first and the most difficult question a new business owner will face. At the Strong Firm, we have helped clients work through this question countless times and have examined a wide variety of new business funding Read MoreRead More
We are currently experiencing a construction boom, both in the residential and commercial sectors. This article focuses on the influx of residential construction defect litigation in Texas and a brief step-by-step approach for homeowners to follow if they are considering going after their builder for a defectively constructed residence. First, it is important to note Read MoreRead More
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