7 Lessons M&A Attys Learned The Hard Way

Law360, New York (August 12, 2016, 2:13 PM EDT) -- Building a successful practice as a transactional attorney is a challenging process that begins with surviving those early years as an associate. Here, Law360 outlines seven bits of advice that established mergers and acquisitions partners had to learn the hard way.

Don't Forget the Basics

It's true that being a creative thinker and problem-solver can help make an attorney a more valuable aid to one's clients and therefore become a more valuable asset to a law firm. But early on in the process, it can pay off to commit some of the basic principles and standards to memory, explained Scott Anthony, a...

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