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Business Continuation in the Age of COVID-19 2020

Product ID: CA3078D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Feeling the pressure

In ideal circumstances, proper business succession planning happens over the course of months or years as business owners meet with advisors, develop a strategy, and carefully deliberate over decisions. In the era of COVID-19, however, that timeline won’t suffice. Business owners need to have a plan in place now so their wishes will be followed in the unfortunate event of incapacitation or death.

Business Continuation in the Age of COVID-19 will make the process less daunting by sharing a checklist of interim measures that can be adopted to protect the business in an emergency. Presenter Gregory Monday will review the questions your clients need to consider, including:

  • Who can vote the owner’s stock?
  • Who convenes a governing board and what is the board’s power?
  • Can anyone force the company to be sold?
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Member $89.00

Non-Member $139.00

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1 CLE

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Feeling the pressure

In ideal circumstances, proper business succession planning happens over the course of months or years as business owners meet with advisors, develop a strategy, and carefully deliberate over decisions. In the era of COVID-19, however, that timeline won’t suffice. Business owners need to have a plan in place now so their wishes will be followed in the unfortunate event of incapacitation or death.

Business Continuation in the Age of COVID-19 will make the process less daunting by sharing a checklist of interim measures that can be adopted to protect the business in an emergency. Presenter Gregory Monday will review the questions your clients need to consider, including:

  • Who can vote the owner’s stock?
  • Who convenes a governing board and what is the board’s power?
  • Can anyone force the company to be sold?
Read More ↓

Gregory Monday is a shareholder with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c., in Madison. His practice focuses on helping family businesses with respect to ownership, governance, and succession.

He received his law degree in 1993 from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he also taught as an adjunct professor. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the American Bar Association, and he is a fellow with the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. His articles about family businesses have been published in periodicals including Business Law Today, Corporate Secretary, Trusts & Estates, Estate Planning, and Family Business Magazine. He also writes weekly posts for his blog, Monday’s Family Business Law.

  • Understand the keys to crafting clear and effective succession and continuation plans
  • Identify quick fixes when there’s insufficient time for proper business succession planning
  • Help business-owner clients ensure their business keeps going after an emergency
  • Business lawyers
  • Small business owners
  • General practitioners
  • Trust and estate lawyers
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