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Weathering the Covid storm & thriving (webinar)

Thursday 18 June 2020,
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Platform: Zoom

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Join DTE Business Advisers and Butcher & Barlow Solicitors in our upcoming webinar on Thursday 18 June 2020, when specialists from both our firms will be speaking about the things to consider for your business from financial, employment and legal perspectives.

Our speakers will share from their real-life experience when supporting their clients, to hopefully give you helpful food for thought in the following areas:



➢ Cash flow management: How to manage your cash flow effectively in the current environment
By Richard Bell, Audit specialist, DTE

➢ Business loans: What extra funds are available to businesses to ensure effective cash flow management?
By Andy Humphrey, Corporate Finance specialist, DTE

➢ Update on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Level of support available now and after July, part-time working and contributions towards salaries.
➢ Redundancy: Can you make redundancies whilst staff are furloughed?
By Justin Kelly: Employment Law specialist, Butcher & Barlow

➢ Asset protection: How to think long term and plan ahead to ensure your business thrives under the new normal
➢ Cash flow: Claiming Research and Development Relief, considering time to pay arrangements and other available support incentives from HMRC.
By Gareth Costello: Tax specialist, DTE

➢ Business restructuring: Do you need to consider downsizing, capital injection, a disposal or a merger to ensure survival?
➢ Shareholders’ Agreements: Protecting your interests’
By Jonathan Aldersley, Corporate and Commercial specialist, Butcher & Barlow

➢ Protection against forfeiture: Can a landlord enforce a right of re-entry or forfeiture for non-payment of rent?
➢ Reviewing property agreements: checking key dates in relation to break clauses, the right to renew, complying with licences, exercising option agreements or complying with conditions in contracts for sale or purchase.
By James Hodgson, Commercial Property specialist, Butcher & Barlow

➢ Mitigating the damage – litigation perspective: Managing the impact of Covid-19 on your business and properties
By Alex Sandland, Commercial Dispute Resolution specialist, Butcher & Barlow


RSVP: please book your free place using the link below:



If you have any specific questions about any of the topics above, please feel free to send them to either Ella Nham from DTE Business Advisers ( or Amy Norman from Butcher & Barlow ( and we will try to address them in the webinar.


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