Construction sector distress: lifelines and wrong tracks
We will cover the problems that the sector faced prior to COVID-19 along with current issues due to the lockdown and the predicted economic crisis.
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We would like to invite you to our upcoming webinar taking place on Thursday 21 May where we will address some of the challenges being faced in the construction sector in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
This webinar will cover the problems that the sector faced prior to COVID-19 along with the issues we are now experiencing due to the lockdown and the predicted economic crisis. We will look at the ‘lifelines’ available and how these might help your business, such as the government rescue schemes, and insolvency issues. Given the ever-increasing tough market conditions and uncertainty around the COVID-19 impact, we will also provide details of the competition and market authority campaign aimed at the construction sector, and the potential risks of becoming part of or victim to a construction industry cartel.
Date: 21 May 2020
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Colette is our Head of Construction. She has worked in private practice for over 20 years. She has significant experience in dispute resolution and strategic construction advice. read more
Oliver's expertise includes advising on all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency, recovery and restructuring, directors' disqualifications, complex debt recovery and commercial disputes. read more
Laurence advises clients on EC and UK competition law, including merger control and the control of anti-competitive agreements and practices. read more
Mark has over 25 years' experience of advising and representing companies, institutions and individuals in domestic and international commercial litigation, fraud and insolvency cases. read more