Debt Recovery Webinar: How to ensure your business gets paid (16 Sept)
About this Debt Recovery webinar
Managing the cash flow of your business is important at any time and critical during the recession caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. During this Debt Recovery webinar, Nat Young will outline the steps you can take to ensure your business gets paid and the solutions you can put in place if payments are late. In addition, Rina Sond will run through the different contract terms that can help your business minimise late payments.
After the presentation there will be a Q&A for all delegates. We encourage everybody to ask questions, however big or small they may seem. You can ask a question on the day or, submit a question in advance when booking your place.
Senior Solicitor specialising in Insolvency and Dispute Resolution
Nat Young is the solicitor in charge of Longmores’ Fixed Fee Debt Recovery Scheme. Having spent nearly two decades in the profession, he has particular expertise in insolvency law, which means he is well-placed to advise even on the most difficult cases.
T: 01992 305237
Partner specialising in Company Commercial and Intellectual Property
Rina Sond is a Company Commercial Partner at Longmores and has vast experience in dealing with all forms of commercial contracts at various stages of the supply chain. This includes drafting, negotiating and advising on agency and distribution agreements, manufacture and supply arrangements, and outsourcing contracts
T: 01992 305256
Date and time
16 September 2020
11 am to 11.45 am
We are co-hosting this webinar with the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce and it is free to register.
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