FAMILY LAW POST: Co-Owning a Business After Divorce? Your Ex-Spouse May Still Love You more than the IRS (When It Comes to Paying Taxes)
Conventional wisdom is not always so wise. In the case of divorce, conventional wisdom holds that the divorcing couple must divide all of their assets at the time of divorce.
Texas Supreme Court’s Recent Decision Helps Business Owners Keep the Wraps on Company Trade Secrets During Litigation
One of the NFL’s most legendary football coaches, Vince Lombardi, is known for fiery speeches extolling his players that “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” Yet, when triumph on the battlefield is so costly it actually destroys the “winner,” it is known as a “Pyrrhic victory,” named in honor of Greek King Pyrrhus, who lost most of his army in two “successful” battles with the Romans.
Swimming with the Sharks (Part 2): Don’t Become Chum in the Water After Receiving a PE Investment
Part 1 of this series focused on how private company owners can make their businesses attractive to private equity (PE) investors like those on the hit TV show “Shark Tank.” The discussion picks up after the PE firm has made its investment and the Post considers what steps private company owners can take to get the most out of their business relationship with the PE investor.