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Moving the Small and Mid-Sized Firm Out of Start-Up

Posted by: PerformLaw on July 30

 

The business life cycle of a small/mid-sized law firm is often significantly different from the life cycle of other industries. Product companies, for example, have a life cycle that depends on the sustainability of their existing market offerings combined with their ability to innovate and create new offerings. These companies can make long-term strategic investments, change management and, if necessary, completely remake themselves.

 

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Thinking of Purchasing a Smaller Law Practice?:  Consider These Things

Posted by: Brian Kennel on March 13

 

PerformLaw has seen an increase in the number of attorneys interested in purchasing existing law practices rather than starting their own firms from scratch. The purchase of a law practice is not a simple undertaking, but proper due diligence can make sure your particular objectives are achieved.

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