What makes Ted Offit tick? You could say it’s the” law of attraction” – targeting areas for growth and finding the right people to grow with.
It’s something he’s very good at, to the tune of effecting 53 percent growth in a recent three-year period, offices humming in ten cities in five mid-Atlantic states with more than 100 attorneys, and enviable honor roll rankings for both Offit Kurman as a top legal services provider and Ted’s leadership. In the law firm he co-founded in 1989 with his brother Maurice and childhood friend Howard Kurman – relationships 50-years-strong – Ted is the Managing Principal, originator/rainmaker, trusted business lawyer, special and general counsel, legal talent recruiter-in-chief . . . . . . and legal advisor and member of the Board of Directors for the United States Olympic Committee’s National Federation for Bobsled and Skeleton. Somehow, Ted makes it all look easy. Click here to see the entire interview with Ted Offit.
About Ted Offit
Ted Offit is a business lawyer, co-founder and Managing Principal of Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law. He serves as general counsel to a significant list of privately held organizations and often serves in an advisory capacity to the board of directors of the firm’s entrepreneurial clientele. He often serves as special counsel to businesses seeking to implement succession plans through a sale (merger and acquisition) or through transfers to affiliates (family members and employees). Mr. Offit also often serves as special counsel regarding the design and implementation of compensation plans for executive level staff.
In addition, Mr. Offit has extensive experience in serving as general counsel to families of significant wealth, and is frequently asked to participate in family office meetings and family council meetings to develop family succession plans. In addition, he serves as general counsel to nonprofit organizations and has significant experience in nonprofit governance issues.