Trinity Business Alumni presents: A legal roadmap for the re-opening of businesses and a safe return to the workplace
As businesses across all sectors of the economy look towards re-opening or returning employees to the workplace, our speakers will address two of the key areas of focus during these challenging times.
Since March of this year, many businesses have seen their revenues shrink, but still have to deal with creditors and liabilities. As the economy is gradually re-opened and the criteria for Government supports inevitably tighten, we will examine the various strategies and legal options open to businesses when looking at their viability or possible restructuring. We will also discuss the key risks and solvency issues that businesses (and their directors/office holders) will need to take into account while trading in the current environment, particularly at a time when cash-flow management and decision-making is critical.
We will then examine how businesses can facilitate a safe return to work for staff and will discuss some of the main issues our employment law team is encountering when advising clients on both the return to the workplace and continuing remote working arrangements.
If you are unable to attend, we will be recording the webinar and will make it available afterwards.
This webinar is produced by Trinity Development and Alumni.
William Dillon-Leetch: Partner, Corporate/M&A Department @Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP
William is a partner in the Corporate/M&A department at Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP. His practice includes mergers & acquisitions, IPOs, advisory work, venture capital, joint ventures and corporate reorganisations across the energy/natural resources, pharmaceutical, technology, finance, aviation and real estate sectors. William joined Mason Hayes & Curran LLP in 2018 having extensive domestic and international experience, including with the corporate department of US global law firm K&L Gates in Sydney.
Judith Riordan: Partner, Restructuring and Insolvency Department @Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP
Judith Riordan is a partner in the Restructuring and Insolvency department at Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP and primarily advises on insolvency and financial restructuring matters, together with all related litigation. She has broad experience advising and protecting the interests of all stakeholders in formal insolvency processes including examinership, liquidation, receivership and bankruptcy. She routinely represents insolvency office-holders (both in court and out of court) and also advises companies and their officers in relation to solvency issues at a time when decision making is critical. In addition to advising troubled businesses and office holders, Judith frequently advises secured creditors and senior lenders, financial institutions, trade creditors and investors in formal insolvency processes and informal work-out arrangements.
Ronnie Neville: Partner Employment Law and Benefits Team @Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP
Ronnie is a partner in the Employment Law and Benefits team at Mason, Hayes & Curran LLP, advising a broad range of domestic and international clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters. He provides strategic advice on restructuring, re-organisation and general employment-related matters. He also regularly advises on industrial relations issues and is an experienced litigator in the various employment law fora. Ronnie is the go-to employment lawyer for various international clients like Danaher Corporation, Elavon Financial Services Limited, Veritas, Ralph Lauren, Dell, Xilinx, Essilor Group, BOC Gases and Whirlpool/Indesit. He is recognised both by his clients and by international legal directories as a leading employment lawyer who provides strategic, pragmatic and proactive advice.