Burr & Forman Launches Blog on Business Succession Strategies

September 01, 2012

Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce the launch of Succeeding in Succession, a blog published by members of the firm’s Business Planning & Succession practice.

This complements the firm’s Environmental Law Matters blog, which also launched today, and its Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Law blog, which started in April and maintains steady growth, having increased page views and subscribers by 20 percent since its inception. Succeeding in Succession is available at www.BurrBusinessSuccession.com.

The Business Succession blog, Succeeding in Succession, provides the owners of closely-held and family-owned businesses with news and analysis of decisions, events, and developments in business and succession planning law; weekly updates on industry trends impacting businesses and individuals; and tools and tips to successfully prepare for the future of their businesses. Helpful tips will include information on how to identify the appropriate business and tax strategy for various company types and ownership situations; tactics to avoid costly disputes upon transfer of ownership or leadership; and steps to take now in order to smoothly transition into retirement in the future.

The blog is authored by Burr & Forman attorneys Edward Brown (Atlanta), Michael Lasky (Atlanta), Jim McCarten (Nashville), Norman Orr (Birmingham), Anthony Romano (Birmingham), Jack Stephenson (Birmingham), and Callie Whatley (Birmingham).



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