Bridging the COVID-19 Gap – How to Preserve Incentives When the Future Is Unclear

May 4, 2020

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The economic crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in furloughs, layoffs, downsizing and closures likely to harm many companies’ ability to comply with provisions of previously negotiated incentives packages. Without changes, these agreements could slip into default, triggering significant financial liability and reputational risk.

This webinar provided critical insights into your exposure, your legal options and your ability to renegotiate to determine the best option to minimize your risk while maintaining strong partnerships with public entities.

If you’re interested in learning more about this topic, or would like a recording of this webinar, please contact one of the speakers listed below. 


Gov. Jim Hodges, President, McGuireWoods Consulting

Chris Lloyd, Senior Vice President and Director, McGuireWoods Consulting

Nancy Little, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP

Benton Blaine, Senior Vice President, McGuireWoods Consulting

Margaret Rockwell, Assistant Vice President, McGuireWoods Consulting