Alicia Goodrow interviewed by They Got Acquired for an article about QSBS, how it works and how to take advantage.

They Got Acquired recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Houston partner, Alicia Goodrow, to discuss how qualified small business stock (QSBS) could save you big on taxes.
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Alicia Goodrow interviewed by Authority Magazine for an article on how to run a family business.

Authority Magazine recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Houston partner Alicia Goodrow to discuss the five things you need to run a highly successful family business.
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Alicia L. Goodrow & Tracy G. Landauer in NYLJ: Helping Clients Plan for the Sale of a Family-Owned Business

Culhane Meadows’ partners Alicia Locheed Goodrow  and Tracy Green Landauer of Houston and New York offices, respectively, recently co-authored an article for New York Law Journal about preparing for the sale of a family-owned business.
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Alicia Goodrow discusses how the pandemic has brought succession planning to the fore for businesses in an article by PLANADVISER

Alicia Locheed Goodrow, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Houston office, was recently interviewed for an article by PLANADVISER which discusses the pandemic’s influence on succession plan.
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Alicia Goodrow gives webinar through PLANADVISER on lessons in succession planning

Alicia Goodrow from Culhane Meadows’ Houston office is presenting a webinar titled “Tried and True Lessons in Succession Planning,” hosted by PLANASVISER on May 11, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET.
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Alicia Goodrow discusses navigating succession planning in an article by City National Bank

Alicia Locheed Goodrow, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Houston office, was recently interviewed for an article by City National Bank which discusses creating a succession plan to transition a business to multiple owners.
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Alicia Locheed Goodrow gives Webinar through WBEA on the pros and cons of forming a strategic joint ventures

Alicia Locheed Goodrow from our Houston office is presenting a webinar hosted by the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance (WBEA) on June 23, 2020, titled “Block and Tackling Strategic Joint Ventures.”
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Alicia Goodrow offers entrepreneurs tips on how to structure a business partnership

Our Houston-based partner, Alicia Goodrow, was recently interviewed regarding tips for entrepreneurs on how to structure their business partnerships.
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NY Times quotes Alicia Goodrow in article about Business Acquisitions

Alicia Goodrow, a partner in our Houston office, was interviewed for an Associated Press article that was recently published in the New York Times.
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Alicia Goodrow: Demand for Energy Pipelines is Huge, Despite US Steel Tariffs

Alicia Goodrow, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ Houston office based in the city’s Energy Corridor, was recently interviewed by NorthAmOil, a leading news source for the oil industry.
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Connolly and Goodrow interviewed about Age Discrimination in the Oil and Gas Industry

Culhane Meadows’ Labor & Employment partner Terese Connolly (Chicago) and Business & Corporate partner Alicia Goodrow (Houston) were consulted and interviewed about age discrimination within the oil and gas industry by Rigzone, a leading trade publication
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New Year’s Resolution – Record Retention Policy

I spent some time over the holidays cleaning out my parent’s personal record files.  I found tax returns and investment reports dating back to the 1990’s. I found legal documents related to sales of real estate from 1984. And I found lots of miscellaneous warranties, instruction
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