Title: U.S. Federal Tax

Profile

Larry D. Hause

Attorney; Senior Of Counsel

 

Larry Hause

Firm: Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
Address:200 South Sixth Street
Suite 4000
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
United States of America
Phone:612-492-7071
Fax:+1 612 492 7077
Email:Send an Email
Local Time:Wed. 20:37
Web site: Direct Page

Profile

Larry has extensive experience in helping families transition and continue their family businesses. Growing up in a family business, Larry learned first hand many of the benefits and challenges of being part of a family-owned company.


Larry helps families solve their unique family business challenges such as: Entrepreneurs wanting to transition in a way that works for them (not as someone tells them to) • Owners not wanting a single owner to dominate • Owners who are employed and not employed in the business • Founders wanting to pass their businesses to their children but needing to get their retirement out • Younger owners wondering what they can do as they wait their turn • Non-family presidents or general managers wondering how best to serve the family and the business • Owners asking if they should keep or sell the business • Businesses who unexpectedly lose a key person and don’t know what to do.


Larry uses his own process to solve family business challenges in a way that is practical, proven, sound, and provides solutions that address the unique circumstances of each business and family.

 

Areas of Practice

 

  • Corporate Governance & Investigations
  • Family Business
  • Tax Planning & Business Organization
  • Trusts & Estates

 

Professional Career

 

Publications

  • Co-author, Balance Point: New ways business owners can use boards, 2008, Famille Press
  • Co-author of the curriculum for The Board School, 2001 to Present
  • Faculty, Family Firm Institute, 2005 to Present
  • Presenter, “Having Your Cake and Eating it Too” How to achieve your personal financial goals without selling your business, Financial Service Providers (FSP) - Twin Cities Chapter, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 16, 2010
  • Presenter, The Essential Program, Sydney, Australia, May 25-26, 2010
  • Presenter, Webinar, “Trusting” The Use Of Trusts For Your Family Business, Prairie Family Business Association, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, February 18, 2010
  • Guest, The Peter McClellan Radio Show AM1570, discussing how founders can transition their business, Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 2010
  • Presenter, Sioux Falls Senior Leadership Affinity Peer Group, The Fundamentals of Using Trusts, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, January 2010
  • Guest, The Peter McClellan Radio Show AM1570, discussing the challenges to transitioning the family business, Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 2009
  • Presenter, Eide Bailly 29th Annual Bankers Seminar on Board Self-assessments, October 29 and November 5, 2009
  • Presenter, The Launching Pad, Core Knowledge Regarding Family Businesses, Family Firm Institute, New York, New York, September 2009
  • Presenter, “Getting Your House in Order” Planning for the Transition of Your Family Business, Minnesota Bank & Trust, Edina, Minnesota, May 2009
  • Presenter, Attorneys for Family-Held Enterprises, “Family Businesses & Trustees. How the Two Can Co-Exist Effectively,” Charleston, April 2009
  • Presenter, Family Business Network, “Aligning the Interests of Families, Owners and Managers,” Chicago, April 2009
  • Presenter, Family Firm Institute (FFI), “A Board? No Way!  Is a different response possible?” Boston, March 2009
  • Presenter, Prairie Family Business Center, “The Balance Point: A practical system that makes transitioning your family business easier,” January 2009
  • “Building a Resilient Transition Framework: How a Family Business Consultant Can Help an Entrepreneur with Succession,” FFI Practitioner, November 2008
  • Conference Facilitator, Family Firm Institute, “Making the Board the Balance Point:  A New Way to Use Boards to Help Family Businesses in Transition,” London, October 2008
  • Presenter, National School Boards Association 68th Annual Conference, “The Balancing Board,” April 2008
  • Speaker, Augsburg College School of Business, “Ideas on how to have a productive relationship with an attorney,” March 2008
  • Facilitator, South Dakota Family Business Association, Annual Retreat, January 2008
  • Presenter, Attorneys for Family-held Enterprises, 2007 Regional Conference, “Making the Board the Balance Point: A new way owners can use boards to help their family businesses transition,” November 2007
  • Presenter, Wake Forest Family Business Center, “Making Your Board The Balance Point: A New Way of Looking at the Board’s Role in a Family Business,” November 7 and 8, 2007
  • Teacher, Family Firm Institute, Launching Pad, FFI Annual Conference in Miami, Florida, October 2007
  • Presenter, Wells Fargo Private Banking Group, “The Balance Point: A Critical Function in Transitioning a Family Business,” October 2007
  • Presenter, Merrill Lynch, “Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: How to plan to keep the family business while harvesting what the owners need to meet their financial goals—without selling the business,” May 2007
  • Presenter, South Dakota Family Business Association, “Making Your Board the Balance Point,” April 2007
  • Teacher, Family Firm Institute, Launching Pad, FFI Annual Conference in Miami, Florida, April 2007
  • Speaker, Augsburg College School of Business, “Ideas on how to have a productive relationship with an attorney,” March 2007
  • Speaker, Augsburg College School of Business, “Ideas on how to have a productive relationship with an attorney,” November 2006
  • Presenter, Minnesota Bank Holding Company Association Fall Conference, “Making Your Board the Balance Point, a revolutionary (and proven) way of looking at the Board’s role in a family bank,” October 2006
  • Presenter, South Dakota Family Business Association, “Identifying the Key Characteristics of the Entrepreneur and What is Involved to Transition those Characteristics,” June 2006
  • Presenter, Meristem, “FLPs, a Discussion Among MERISTEM and Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.,” April 2006
  • Presenter, University of Minnesota Law School, Advance Estate Planning Class, “How Boards and Owners of a Family Business Can Work Together Effectively and Productively,” April 2006
  • Teacher, Family Firm Institute, Launching Pad, FFI Annual Conference in Miami, Florida, April 2006
  • Presenter, Minneapolis Estate Planning Council, “Taking the Fear out of Boards for the Entrepreneur (How A Board Can Help an Entrepreneur in Transitioning the Family Business),” March 2006
  • Presenter, St. Paul Estate Planning Council, “Taking the Fear out of Boards for the Entrepreneur (How A Board Can Help an Entrepreneur in Transitioning the Family Business),” March 2006
  • Author, “The Essential Elements of a Succession Plan for a Family Business,” Journal of Taxation of Investments, Volume 23, Number 2, Winter 2006 , pp. 137-151, published by Civic Research Institute
  • Presenter, South Dakota Family Business Association, “Case Study for Professionals: Better Late Than Never,” February 2006
  • Presenter, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, “The Lawyers Guide to Business Valuation, Business Valuations in Estate Planning,” December 2005
  • Presenter, University of St. Thomas Seminar, “UniGroup Module: Developing the Next Generation Legal Section,” October 2005
  • Conference Facilitator, University of Wisconsin-Madison Family Business Center, “How Boards and Owners of a Family Business Can Work Together Effectively and Productively,” September 2005
  • Presenter, Minnesota Annual Probate & Trust Law Section Conference, “Family Business Succession Planning – Understanding the Most Critical Function in the Transition of Family Businesses” June 2005
  • Teacher, Family Firm Institute, Launching Pad, FFI Annual Conference in Miami, Florida, April 2005
  • Presenter, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, “The Characteristics of an Effective Multidisciplinary Team,” April 2005
  • Presenter, University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Business, “Ideas On How To Have A Productive And Positive Relationship With An Attorney,” March 2005
  • Presenter, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Family Business Governance,” March 2005
  • Presenter, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Family Business Governance,” October 2004
  • Presenter, South Dakota Family Business Association, “Identifying the Key Characteristics of the Entrepreneur and What is Involved to Transition those Characteristics,” February 2004
  • Presenter, Twin Cities Chamber or Commerce and Hamline University, “Boards: Basic Questions and What I Can Do,” October 2003
  • Author, “THE ACTIVE BOARD SYSTEM (TABS): Using Governance to Strengthen Family Businesses in Transition,” Family Firm Institute, Fall 2003
  • Presenter, Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship, St. Cloud, “Workshop on Boards in Family Business Transition,” May 2003
  • Presenter, University of St. Thomas Center for Family Enterprises, “Succession for Family Businesses, Tax Matters,” November 2002
  • Presenter, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business, “Working With Professional Advisers: Family Business Ownership and Management Colloquium,” September 2002
  • Presenter, Center for Family Enterprise Women’s Roundtable, “The Nuts and Bolts of Effective Buy/Sell Arrangements,” February 2000
  • Presenter, APA Division 13 Consulting Psychology Workshop, “Family Businesses: Organizational Assessment and Leadership,” February 2000

Bar Admission

  • Minnesota, 1984

 

Education


  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law, J.D., 1984
  • South Dakota State University, B.A., 1979