Ladd Hirsch Interviewed On Maximize Business Value Podcast

04.30.20

Winstead PC Shareholder Ladd Hirsch was interviewed for the April episode of the Maximize Business Value podcast titled, “When Companies Break Up: How to Protect Your Intangible Assets that Maximize Business Values.” The podcast was hosted by Tom Bronson of Mastery Partners, and it is geared toward for business leaders who are passionate about building long-term, sustainable value for their businesses. In this episode, Tom interviews Ladd about steps that business owners can take to enhance the value of the companies, and also discusses Buy-Sell Agreements and other topics related to the preparation for a future Business Divorce.
 
Attorneys in Winstead’s Business Divorce Practice Group represent majority owners and minority investors in successful private companies, who have invested substantial time, effort and, often, large amounts of their capital, in creating and growing these businesses. A Business Divorce can become necessary based on a long-held disagreement between business partners, or it may be caused by other factors, including a change in leadership or a decline in the company’s financial performance. In each case, the potential exists for the level of discord to escalate between the business partners to such an extent that it becomes very difficult for them to agree on any pragmatic resolution. Winstead’s Business Divorce lawyers help counsel and guide clients through the Business Divorce process whenever a partner exit becomes necessary.  

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