Preparing for the Tsunami

08 Jun 2020

Preparing for the Tsunami Q&A with Murfett Legal

EVENT DETAILS:

Event Date:   Thursday 18 June 2020
Event Time:   9.30am - 10.30am
Location:        ZOOM details will be provided for online webinar

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This interactive Q&A Webinar with Murfett Legal is your opportunity to identify important commercial focus areas to prepare for the Tsunami that will come when the government stimulus and support programs come to an end.

Hear examples of common issues arising in contract and commercial law with legal updates and tips from Western Australia's leading commercial, turnaround and insolvency lawyers.

Join Kelly Parker, Director (Business Advisory, Commercial & Insolvency), Mike Frampton, Partner (Tax, Commercial & Estate Planning) and Henry van der Westhuizen, Lawyer (Business Advisory, Commerical & Insolvency), as we explore the key issues facing WA businesses to help prepare for the end of government support programs, including:

  1. Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR): The fundamental actions that business owners should take to protect their interests and registering security interests. Consequences of not having this in place.

  2. Contractual Risks: The fragility or suspension of business operations means that many businesses will struggle to meet the obligations of their existing contracts. With impacts on both the buy and sell side, it is important to review contracts and determine risks and steps required to mitigate them. Now is the time to renegotiate contractual relationships with customers, suppliers, contractors, insurers, financiers, landlords, employees and more.

  3. Business Relationships and Clear Agreements: Without clear, written partnership or shareholder/unitholder agreements many issues become apparent for businesses during challenging times. Now is the time to clarify the relationship between partners, shareholders of your company or the unitholders of your trust if these are not in place.

  4. Business Restructures: If the business is not looking too promising, what options should be considered by the owners? Is voluntary administration a good option, or is it better to avoid this and go straight to liquidation?

‚Äč‚ÄčThese and more risk areas will be considered as we prepare for the end of the COVID-19 government support packages.

EVENT DETAILS:

Event Date:   Thursday 18 June 2020
Event Time:   9.30am - 10.30am
Location:        ZOOM details will be provided for online webinar

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SEMINAR


This is an opportunity to get your issues and concerns addressed. If you have a specific question you'd like covered, don't hesitate to email Kelly Parker via [email protected].

Who would benefit from attending this online webinar? CEO's, General Managers, CFO's, Operations Directors, COO's and Business Owners - together with accounting and finance professionals and trusted advisers.Register to receive the webinar link.

If you have a specific question you'd like covered in the webinar, or if your organisation or membership association would benefit from focused training on legal topics, let us know.
 

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