• Coronavirus
  • June 17, 2020

Free Webinar: Helping your business deal with Coronavirus

Coronavirus has impacted most, if not all SME across the UK. 
Here at LawBite we have been issuing guidance to help businesses weather this critical situation.

More about Coronavirus

Is your business prepared for Coronavirus? 10 Ways SMEs can weather the Coronavirus storm

A collective sigh of relief in the contracting world as IR35 postponed. Next Wednesday at 12 PM, we will be hosting a FREE webinar with experts on contracts, employment and funding business continuation to answer questions from SMEs and help them deal with this unprecedented situation and its impact on them.

You can send us your questions to [email protected] or just ask on the day.

Who should attend?

Business leaders, owners and professionals across all sectors.

>> Watch here << 

Hear from Clive Rich (CEO of LawBite), Louise Paull (employment lawyer) and Rob Jones (accounting expert) on how to deal with Coronavirus and its impact on your business - including:

  • Contract disputes arising from business disruption
  • Managing employees through these turbulent times
  • Accessing government funding support

Meet the speakers

Clive Rich
CEO and Chairman, LawBite Clive Rich is a highly experienced entertainment and digital media lawyer, who has also successfully run digital businesses for companies such as Sony and Bertelsmann. A qualified barrister, he has been a lawyer for almost 30 years and has drafted and crafted contracts for a broad spectrum of multi-nationals, major organisations and brands, including Yahoo, Apple, Napster, SanDisk, Myspace and the BBC.   

Louise Paull
Lawyer, LawBrief Louise Paull is an experienced employment lawyer providing clients with commercial, practical advice on a full range of employment and contractor-related matters from the start of the relationship, through to its end and everything in between. 
Rob Jones
Founder, RJF Rob Jones has been in the front line of business for many year. Working as both a financial director and investor for various companies, across a wide range of industries, Rob has a hands-on understanding of the best ways to make businesses more profitable.

In closing

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