Competitive Edge: Lawyer/CPA helps others find their specialty niches
By Sheila Pursglove
In today’s economy, professionals need a competitive advantage—and attorneys are no exception.
“There’s too much competition to be a generalist. Having a unique skill that sets you apart from the competition is very helpful,” says Ken Neuman, managing partner of Neuman Anderson PC in Birmingham.
Neuman, who earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Michigan State University, is a registered Certified Public Accountant and spent several years with one of the Big Eight accounting firms before earning his law degree from Wayne State Law School.
A specialist in complex commercial litigation with a focus on corporate, real estate/construction and contract disputes, his ability to understand financial and accounting issues makes Neuman particularly qualified to handle most business consulting and litigation issues, where business valuation and lost profit analyses are prevalent.
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