Join Marc Hirschfield and Marc Skapof , partners in RCCB’s Business Restructuring and Bankruptcy Group , for a Zoom presentation on WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 from 11 AM – 12 noon EDT on the following topics: 

  1. What to consider and what actions to take should you find your business in financial distress; 
  2. How to manage your business when you find your key counterparties or customers in financial distress; and 
  3. What opportunities may emerge as a result of the business and financial disruption caused by COVID-19.

As a result of COVID-19, businesses have seen revenues and investments plunge, access to the credit markets dry up, and supply chains disrupted. On the other hand, businesses fortunate enough to avoid most of these problems must contend with the prospect of customers unable to pay for goods and services in a timely or reliable manner. Further, there will likely be new business opportunities for those looking to expand or acquire assets at below-market values. Navigating these troubled waters will require a basic understanding of insolvency law generally and bankruptcy law in particular.

Our thoughts are with our clients, friends and their families. We are here and available to help. Together we will get through this difficult time and gather strength from each other.

For RCCB's COVID-19 page, click here .

For Pennsylvania COVID-19 information, please refer to the Commonwealth's site  here

For New York COVID-19 information, refer to the New York site  here .
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