Howard Hackney

Howard Hackney

Howard Hackney is a chartered accountant, formerly of Grant Thornton LLP and now of his own boutique practice (www.howardhackney.co.uk), specialising in advising law firms of up to 20 partners on ‘special projects’

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    The great escape

    2019-05-14T00:00:00

    Howard Hackney and Mark Briegal look at the practicalities of succession planning for private client firms, either through selling the firm or bringing in new partners – and what retiring partners need to do to plan their own future

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    Growing pains

    2019-01-15T00:08:00

    No form of growth is easy, but in a competitive market, no firm can afford to rest on its laurels. Mark Briegal and Howard Hackney look at the pros and cons of the three main ways of growing your firm: merger, acquisition, and organic growth

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    Webinar: Pensions for partners in law firms (OnDemand)

    2014-11-27T15:48:00

    In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Law Management Section membership, Howard Hackney discusses the implications, for both salaried and equity partners, of pensions reforms that will be fully in place by April 2015

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    Moving on

    2014-11-11T10:38:00

    Howard Hackney looks at the practicalities of succession planning for firms, either through selling the firm or bringing in new partners – and what retiring partners need to do to plan their own future

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    Moving on

    2014-05-14T00:00:00

    Howard Hackney looks at the practicalities of succession planning for private client firms, either through selling the firm or bringing in new partners – and what retiring partners need to do to plan their own future

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    Webinar: Pensions for partners in professional firms (OnDemand)

    2014-03-05T14:23:00

    In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2014 Law Management Section membership, Howard Hackney argues that pensions have an unfairly maligned reputation within law firms and can actually bring many advantages to your business

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    Back to Basics: Exit strategies 


    2014-02-12T00:00:00

    Mergers, acquisitions and law firm closures are at unprecedented levels, given the strategic changes that have taken and continue to take place in the legal industry. So, what steps should you take if you’re considering winding up your law firm?