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COVID-19: Considerations for Business Owners & Lenders 2020

Product ID: CA3059D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Challenging times

From coast to coast, businesses of all sizes are struggling to adapt as the COVID-19 outbreak escalates and cash flow slows, or halts completely. While Congress has been passing emergency bills to aid businesses through this time, trying to keep up with changing rules, regulations, and relief options has left both business owners’ and lenders’ heads spinning.

In COVID-19: Considerations for Business Owners & Lenders, experienced attorneys from Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP will review what you need to keep in mind right now to help business owners and lenders confront the host of challenges caused by COVID-19.

Business owners

In the short term, business owners are concerned about paying their bills and taking care of staff. Long term, owners are worried about whether their businesses will survive the economic crisis and whether they’ll be able to recover.

Gain tools to help owners navigate short term disruptions and plan for long-term consequences. Explore owners’ options when cash flow has stopped. Review how the CARES Act expands the availability of the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA).

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Challenging times

From coast to coast, businesses of all sizes are struggling to adapt as the COVID-19 outbreak escalates and cash flow slows, or halts completely. While Congress has been passing emergency bills to aid businesses through this time, trying to keep up with changing rules, regulations, and relief options has left both business owners’ and lenders’ heads spinning.

In COVID-19: Considerations for Business Owners & Lenders, experienced attorneys from Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP will review what you need to keep in mind right now to help business owners and lenders confront the host of challenges caused by COVID-19.

Business owners

In the short term, business owners are concerned about paying their bills and taking care of staff. Long term, owners are worried about whether their businesses will survive the economic crisis and whether they’ll be able to recover.

Gain tools to help owners navigate short term disruptions and plan for long-term consequences. Explore owners’ options when cash flow has stopped. Review how the CARES Act expands the availability of the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA).

Read More ↓

Anthony E. Antognoli is a partner in Hinshaw's Labor and Employment Group. Tony focuses his practice on advising clients on issues relating to employee benefits and federal taxation.

Tomislav "Tom" Z. Kuzmanovic is a partner at Hinshaw and a trial lawyer with more than 25 years of trial experience both domestically and internationally. He has tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts in Wisconsin and handled appellate matters in the 7th, 9th and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Michael D. Weis is a partner in Hinshaw’s Commercial Transactions Group. Michael has negotiated and closed hundreds of corporate and commercial real estate transactions.

  • Know what businesses and lenders should be considering as they develop crisis responses
  • Guide clients through changes to business rules and regulations
  • Help business owners develop survival plans
  • Understand how force majeure or material adverse change provisions may apply
  • Explain emergency funding and tax relief available for businesses right now
  • Advise employee benefit plan sponsors of their changing obligations
  • Lawyers advising businesses and lenders
  • Contract lawyers
  • Employee benefits lawyers
  • Tax attorneys
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