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            COVID-19 Q&A – Changes to insolvency laws

            The COVID-19 situation has raised numerous challenges for businesses. The Federal Government has introduced temporary measures to insolvency laws to assist companies during this challenging time.
            Business restructuring

            11 May 2020 11:00
            11 May 2020 12:00

            Online Webinar

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            Please join our Insolvency Law experts, Mary Nemeth and Vivien Botsikas, for a Q&A webinar as they answer the commonly asked questions being asked by company directors about insolvency and debt, including:

            • How will I recover money I am owed?
            • Should I be winding up my business if I can’t pay staff or I am going into debt?
            • What are my obligations as a director and officer of my company?
            • What liabilities do I face personally?
            • Should I be restructuring my business in order to survive?

            The webinar will be moderated by Blair Lucas, Co-Founder and CEO of CoSec Corporate Services, which provides companies with a full suite of incorporation, hosting and compliance services.
            You will have the opportunity to ask your own questions by submitting them to Elizabeth Kelly by 4pm AEST on Friday 8 May. You can also submit questions during the live webinar.

            • Mary Nemeth, Principal Lawyer and Head of Litigation & Insolvency (Australia), DWF
            • Vivien Botsikas, Senior Associate, DWF
            • Blair Lucas, Co-Founder and CEO of CoSec Corporate Services - Moderator

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