Live & Free Webcast
Thursday 7th November 2019, 11.00am AEDT
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) regulates the supply of goods and services to consumers in Australia and a “consumer” can include another business.
Fundamental features of the ACL include mandatory consumer guarantees, prohibitions on misleading or deceptive conduct and unconscionable conduct, and unfair contract terms (including in terms of trade).
A business must be aware of and comply with these requirements and educate relevant personnel as even an inadvertent breach by a staff member can expose a business to liability.
If the goods or services you provide end up in the hands of consumers, then tune into this webcast to find out more about what you must do!
When: Thursday 7th November 2019
Time: 11:00am AEDT
Where: Online - wherever you like!
Presenters: Phillip Brophy and Douglas Brown
Phillip Brophy - Phillip’s expertise is in commercial law. He is a Law Society Accredited Specialist in Business Law and advises many longstanding corporate and individual clients on a wide variety of commercial and corporate matters across many industry sectors.
He is well aware that businesses must deal with a continually changing regulatory landscape, such as the expansion of the Australian Consumer Law to provide greater consumer protection. He provides timely and pragmatic advice in relation to many compliance matters including in relation to trading terms and other documents that form the basis of many day to day business transactions.
Douglas Brown - is a member of the Commercial/Business Law team at Matthews Folbigg Lawyers, with degrees from the University of Sydney in economics and law.
Douglas has broad experience in corporate and commercial practice, with a keen interest in helping small and medium-sized businesses overcome regulatory hurdles and achieve profitability. He has acted in numerous complex corporate and commercial transactions from due diligence stage through to conclusion.
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