How to Manage the Merger Process
Consolidation between law firms is a trend which can only gather pace given the highly fragmented state of a legal profession made up of around 11,000 firms, the majority of which are too small to be viable in the long term. However, the process of bringing two or more law firm businesses together will need to be managed carefully if the merger negotiations are to be satisfactorily concluded and the resulting merger is to achieve each firm’s objectives.
During this course lecturer Peter Scott will utilise his own experience of successfully managing several mergers for his own firm, and of advising numerous clients on their mergers, and will provide viewers with guidance on how to manage the merger process and the pitfalls to avoid.
This course should be a vital part of the learning process for anyone in a law firm involved with setting and executing strategic direction for their firm and those considering growth opportunities by selective merger.
On completion of this course you will:
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