2 edition of Advising the family-owned business found in the catalog.
Advising the family-owned business
by Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia in Vancouver
Written in English
|Statement||course co-ordinator, Christopher G. Speakman ; instructors, Michael D. Bowie ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Speakman, Christopher G., Bowie, Michael D., Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia.|
|LC Classifications||KEB321.P74 A38 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||93186783|
A Step by Step Guide to Business Productivity Improvement. How to Manage a Business. The 70 Best Business Ideas for Small Business Managers. How to Manage a Family Owned Business. A Step by Step Guide To Managing a Family Run Business. How to Negotiate The Buy or Sell of a Business. A Step by Step Guide to Negotiating the Buying or Selling of a. Attendance at this conference is limited to members, owners, senior executives (including non-family executives and non-family board members) or shareholders of family-owned businesses whose primary business is other than advising family-owned businesses. Senior advisers to family businesses may attend only with family members.
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Content. The book is divided into 6 parts, between them containing 26 chapters. Part A covers the family business and its dynamic in a general, rather than a legal or technical, way. It provides the reader with a useful introduction to all the concepts and terminology that are used in the rest of the book, as well as to 5 case studies that are used throughout.
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Products. Top legal products. Advising the Family-Owned Business; Formats and pricing What’s inside Details and specs. Advising the. This book examines the legal issues of particular relevance to family owned businesses.
Often those issues stem from underlying family dynamics. Therefore advisors, be they legal financial or management need to be aware of the complexity created by these factors as well as the legal and commercial issues.
The book contains an introduction to. This looseleaf service is designed to assist the professional advising the family-owned business in legal matters. It explores the main stages in the life of the business from its start-up to its operation and any alterations in its structure and/or participants.
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Why should you buy Advising the Family Owned Business. This title offers practical advice to lawyers (usually solicitors in small and medium-sized practices) on dealing with family business clients. No business starts as a family business.
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