WEBINAR (On Demand): ACCC Priorities 2021
Piper Alderman's annual presentation covering the ACCC’s announcement of its 2021 priorities
Please join Partners Tom Griffith and Andrew Rankin, Associate, Alyssa Sallis, and Lawyer, Isabelle Gatley, as they discuss the announcement, and the practical takeaways for your business in the year ahead.
The team will recap some of the most significant cases and lessons learnt from the last 12 months including its cartel conduct prosecutions, the ACCC’s landmark Federal Court proceedings against Google LLC, its failed consumer case against Jayco Corp highlighting the difficulty of proving allegations of unconscionable conduct, and a misleading representations claim against Trivago which sent a stern warning to businesses using price comparison tools and comparative advertising.
Feedback from our Livestream audience:
‘I have made it a priority to attend these seminars for several years now as I always find the content comprehensive, easy to understand and great for those us in in-house counsel roles. Tom Griffith is an excellent presenter, clearly knows his topic very well and has a clear, strong communication style. The online format this year worked well for myself and members of my team. Very much enjoyed this seminar. Thank you to Tom and his team at Pipers for bringing it to us’
‘Straight-forward, easy to digest’
‘It was fantastic. No suggestions for improvement’
‘It was presented in a manner that was just as good as attending in person.’
Webinar – Tuesday, 16 March
|Online – Microsoft Teams Live|
|ACCC Priorities 2021|
|Tom Griffith, Andrew Rankin, Alyssa Sallis and Isabelle Gatley|
|1.00pm start (ACT/NSW/VIC/TAS)|
|12.30pm start (SA)|
|12.00pm start (QLD)|
|11.30am start (NT)|
|10.00am start (WA)|
On demand registration is open to all organisations, excluding other legal service providers.
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