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Business Insolvency - Understanding Environmental Risks

Environmental considerations are not only high profile but also bear significant risks for insolvency office holders in the form of increased claims, reputational damage, potential personal liability and criminal sanctions.

Description

In this webinar we will outline the more common and "reasonably foreseeable" risks, and consider the potential consequences for the IP and the insolvent estate. We will also consider the role of the Environment Agency.

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Contaminated land
  • Environmental permits
  • Waste management offences
  • Third party civil claims
  • Obtaining specialist advice and assistance

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for insolvency practitioners, case managers and anyone interested in understanding how the topic impacts the decisions made in the course of an insolvency process.

Cost

£50 + VAT per person

Webinar fee includes electronic version of course documentation.

50% reduction for every third one hour session you book. 

 

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