October 3, 2008
Cashing In: Buying and Selling a Law Practice
Juggling the assets, records, personnel and clients during the buying or selling of a law practice is full of important considerations. As a buyer or a seller, you or your client, will want to have a seamless transition while getting the most return on investment. Each party needs to understand the ethical, pricing, gains and tax implications of this major transaction.
On October 23, the Columbus Bar presents a CLE seminar which includes practical presentations and panel discussions regarding withdrawing from a firm, buying or selling a law practice, and tax-wise ways for structuring these transactions. “Cashing In: What You Need to Know About the New Rules When Buying or Selling a Law Practice” is a 3.0 CLE hour seminar, including 1.0 ethics, highlighting the ins and outs of this subject.
Presenters include Thomas J. Bonasera, JD, partner in Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP Columbus; Richard D. Bringardner, JD, shareholder of the law firm of Wiles, Boyle, Burkholder & Bringardner Co., L.P.A.; Elbert R. Nester, JD, President, Advisors Pension Services; and Laura B. Wojciechowski, CPA, EA, senior partner and President of Whalen & Company, CPAs.
The seminar begins at 9:00 a.m. Register online or call 614/221.4112 for event #BM081023. Member cost is $105 prepaid/$120 day-of, non-member cost is $150 prepaid/$165 day-of, and non-attorney cost is $75 prepaid/$90 day-of.