Family Business Resource Center
With decades of experience serving family business clients, the members of the Davis Wright Tremaine Family Business Team are sensitive to these dynamics and know how to meet these challenges.
DWT’s Family Owned Business Guide is the latest offering from Davis Wright Tremaine to help us connect with the family business community in the markets we serve. The Guide introduces the members of the family business team at Davis Wright Tremaine, highlights some of our exceptional family business clients and offers some insight into a few of the legal issues family businesses face every day
Read our complete guide here or to request a hard copy, send us an email.
Recent surveys and studies show that seven out of ten businesses in the United States are family-owned.
Each one of these is a unique combination of business enterprise and family. With decades of experience serving family business clients, the members of the Family Business Practice Group at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP are sensitive to these distinctive dynamics and know how to meet these challenges.
Our Family Business Resource Center provides research, news, and commentary on significant developments, plus other resources helpful to both family businesses and their service providers. From ownership and leadership transition, to corporate governance, employment issues, policy and estate planning, philanthropy, and growth and exit strategies, our team of advisors presents the most relevant news and insights for every facet of a family's business. We are dedicated to supporting and advising our clients as they develop, grow, and manage their businesses.
We'd like to give special thanks to our contributing authors Shafina Khaki and Bradley Shepard. Shafina is a concurrent Juris Doctor and Master in Sustainable International Development rising 3L student at the University of Washington School of Law. She has tailored her current studies to focus on the intersection of business and human rights. Bradley is a rising 2L law student at the University of Washington School of Law. His interest in the law is longstanding, and he began working at a law firm in high school. Bradley is interested in practicing in the life sciences and healthcare industries.