We hear you’re looking to buy a law practice or have had enough and want to sell your own practice. There are many considerations to bear in mind, some of which will depend on whether you’re going to be the buyer or the seller. But one area that is often overlooked by those on both ends of the sale is the technology owned or leased by the law practice in question. Surprises here are not good and can lead to misunderstandings—or lawsuits. You must think about how you will handle this facet of the sale and negotiate who is going to do what and for what cost.
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