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BFV Perspectives, Georgia Business Disputes, | Aug 14, 2019

How to end bad business relationships

When co-owners in business relationships no longer share the same goals, values, or work ethic, a business breakup is all but inevitable. And while a corporate divorce can be liberating, it can be fraught with peril for the unwary. Unfortunately, corporate divorce is a common situation and one that yields many questions.

In a few weeks, I will be the guest speaker on this topic during a NAVIX webinar hosted by Patrick Ungashick, “Corporate Divorce: How to Avoid a Partnership, but What to Do If You Must Get One.” This webinar will discuss why and how business relationships or partnerships sometimes fail; what all business partners should do to minimize the risk of a partnership failure; and important steps to take if a business partner believes he or she needs to dissolve the business relationship. Much of this information will be based on my book, “Life’s Too Short for A Bad Business Partner.”

The complimentary webinar will be held August 27, 2019 at 2 pm EST. Click here to register. 

If this topic is of interest to you, I hope you can join. As always, please let me know if I can help. 

BFV Perspectives, Georgia Business Disputes, | Aug 14, 2019
William J. Piercy
William J. Piercy

Healthy business relationships are an essential component of business success.  When disputes cause business relationships to sour, declining productivity and revenues are sure to follow.  Bill works with business owners to bring successful and efficient resolution to a wide variety.