"Retain Your Clients"
“Career and Law Firm Transitions”
Nebraska State Bar Association www.nebar.com
I am in my mid 50's and have a very successful solo personal injury practice. I have enough money that I can now afford to slow down and fully retire now, but anticipated doing so in my early 60's, as I still enjoy working. I had . . ."
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A key aspect of any law firm succession plan is keeping the firm’s best clients when the rainmakers are gone. As more Boomers retire or start their winding down efforts, concerns about client retention and proper compensation are at the forefront of succession plan conversations.
Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.
“I have the firsthand and marketplace knowledge you need to assess your selling options.”
For more than a decade, Roy Ginsburg has been advising lawyers about how to best exit the profession. Like the attorneys he works with, Roy is a la…