Stephen Salley, BanyanGlobal
sophisticated Agreements Among Family Business Owners: A Process Approach to Negotiations Among Unequals
Multi-generational business families face a daunting task when negotiating complex legal agreements among family members. Traditional models of representation can become divisive or unduly expensive in such areas as buy/sell agreements, contracts for the sale of shares, mutual confidentiality agreements and the like. The process for creating agreements that seek to bind family members (whose relationships are neither arm's length nor free from significant pressures unrelated to the contract at issue) deserves advance planning. Steve will discuss a "top down" process approach that facilitates an efficient, focused negotiation among a diverse group of family business owners.
More About stephen
Stephen Salley is a Partner at BanyanGlobal. Prior thereto, he was a tax attorney for twenty-five years, most recently as a senior partner with Greenberg Traurig. Having grown up in a family business, Steve brings a sensitivity to the opportunities and challenges facing business families. He understands first-hand how family dynamics and the highly technical tax and estate planning structures mutually influence each other, for better or worse. Steve publishes regularly in legal journals and family business publications, and is a frequent speaker on topics that lie at the intersection of tax and trust law, and the dynamics among family business owners.
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management - Americas
345 Park Avenue, 24th Floor
10154-0004 New York, NY, USA
Thursday, March 14, 2019
8:00 am Sign-in
8:15-9:45 am Breakfast Workshop
(Steve will be available until 10:45 am to answer questions)
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