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Business partnerships are contractual relationships, which means ending one is not as simple as just saying it’s over. In the majority of situations, one partner cannot force the other person out.  While it’s best to end the business relationship on good terms, at a minimum, the dissolution must comply with what has been stipulated in...
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Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it’s with a business partner. But if you and your partner can no longer see eye-to-eye on important decisions related to your company, it may be time to make a change. Here are some signs to watch for if you think your partnership may be headed for...
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If you and your business partner are at extremes odds with each other, it can be difficult to know where to turn next. While disagreements are a normal part of any working relationship, once they become heated, it can be hard to deescalate.  Here are some tips for resolving a partnership dispute, some of which...
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The relationship between business partners is unique from other types of relationships. One person is not necessarily the “boss,” so major decisions need to be made collaboratively. Additionally, while you probably get along well with your business partner, it is still a business relationship. You won’t agree with each other all the time, and sometimes...
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Businesses of all shapes and sizes can undergo mergers and acquisitions to expand their market reach, diversify offerings and break into new segments. Joining two companies through a merger or acquisition can be a fast and efficient way to multiply your book of business and increase shareholder value. If you’re looking to sell, it can...
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Intellectual property, or IP, is an essential component of any merger or acquisition (M&A). As our economy becomes increasingly reliant on technology and innovation, the role of IP in any M&A also becomes increasingly important because of the immense value it can add to a business.  If you’re considering an M&A, it’s essential that IP...
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When selling your business, you only need one motivated buyer with whom you can agree on the terms of your sale, but finding the right one can take some effort. One way to improve the odds of finding the right committed buyer is to solicit multiple bids. Additionally, there are other reasons why it can be advantageous to have...
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Successfully navigating a business transaction requires a team of professionals, not the least of which includes experienced legal counsel.  While in-house counsel remains important, outside counsel provides important benefits for businesses undergoing one of the biggest transactions they may ever take part in. Why You Should Hire Outside Legal Counsel for your Merger or Acquisition...
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There are countless ways to structure a business transaction, and while this can be good, it also adds to the complexity of the process. Because you can slice and dice the deal any which way, it can be difficult to identify exactly which way is right for you. This can be particularly true when it comes to...
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Undergoing due diligence is an essential component of any business acquisition. This is the time when you can really look under the hood of a business and verify that everything you believe to be accurate and true about the business you’re about to purchase is indeed accurate and true. During this phase of a business acquisition, there...
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