Retirement Podcast Description: What should an attorney consider when determining whether or not to close or sell a practice? On our retirement episode, we tap into Michael Karsch’s expertise on the matter to help our listeners answer questions that may arise when attorneys who own and operate small practices decide the futures of their firms, and what steps are needed to step into retirement. The topics discussed include: valuation, representation, transparency regarding financial disclosures, and suggestions for planning for death or sudden disability.
Featured Guest Speaker: Michael Karsch, Esq.
Bio: Michael Karsch serves as the Practice Leader of the Lorium Law, PLLC’s Corporate and Small Business Transactions. Mr. Karsch has led their corporate and real estate practice groups since 2015, and specializes in helping companies and entrepreneurs grow their businesses from an idea through the entire life cycle. This includes mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financings, joint ventures, financing and real estate transactions. Mr. Karsch has participated in hundreds of financing transactions and acquisitions in his career, from start-up to multi-billion transactions. His clients have ranged from some of America’s leading companies to local entrepreneurs in a broad range of businesses including, technology, digital media, Internet-based products, software, consulting services, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and consumer products. He has represented buyers, sellers, issuers, investors and lenders. Mr. Karsch provides general corporate counseling on a broad range of issues, including formation, financing, acquisitions and governance matters.