Lawmatters-March 2015

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CEO CORNER
A Conversation with Jess Gartner, CEO & Founder Allovue 

Jess Gartner is the CEO and founder of Allovue, an education resource planning platform for K-12 schools and districts that empowers educators at every level to allocate resources to best support the needs of students.Watch Jess Gartner’s interview here.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Maximizing Value on the Sale of Your Business by Herbert Fineburg, Esq.

Every informed business owner or investor should have an “exit strategy” under consideration at all times. Regardless of volatile market forces, it is possible to maximize sale value under any circumstances. Here are 10 steps to get the right price… Read More

Also see: Why Utility Companies Need to Be Prepared for Cyber Attacks by Edward Tolchin, Esq. and Revée Walters, Esq.

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OFFIT KURMAN PRESENTS
Prepping the Deal Video Recap with Michael Mercurio, Esq. 

Preparation is an essential component to business success, especially when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. In this video series, Business Law and Transactions Chair Michael Mercurio offers advice for owners and CEOs looking to sell or buy a business.

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ATTORNEY SPOTLIGHT 
John Scaldara Looks Back 50 Years by John Scaldara, Esq. 

This year marks 50 years since I joined my first law firm. In the decades since my legal career began, I’ve witnessed vast changes in the profession’s methods and technologies. In some ways, my work now bears almost no resemblance to what it was in 1965. Yet for as drastically as the particulars have evolved, much of what is essential to law practice has remained the same, and many of the lessons I learned over the years continue to guide me today. I can trace the very beginnings of my career back to 1956, when I graduated from Mount Saint Joseph…Read More

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PLACES TO BE
Maximizing Your Future By Avoiding Legal Pitfalls

Join us for a breakfast seminar where our attorneys will discuss common legal pitfalls and issues facing contractors in the D.C. Metro Area. Discussion topics will include employment, real estate issues, business cycles, and more.  Click here to register 

Also see: Labor And Employment Telebrief on April 8th

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SPOTLIGHT ON US
Offit Kurman Announces Expansion in Tysons Corner

Offit Kurman is growing once again in Tysons Corner. Effective April 1, the law firm’s Virginia location will relocate to a larger facility within the office complex, almost doubling its size the new suite provides much-needed space for Offit Kurman’s continual strategic growth. Read More

Also see: Our New York Expansion 

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FOCUS ON THE LAW
Why a Real Estate Title Could be Defective by David Severn, Esq.

After months of searching and negotiating, you’re finally ready to buy real property, whether it be a house, commercial building, or some land. All that’s left to do is sign some papers, pay the seller and the property is yours, right?Not necessarily. If you are not careful… Read More

Also see: Tips for Negotiating a Commercial Lease 

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