AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION AND CONSUMER LAW
Understanding Competition and Consumer Law is a critical to FMCG businesses.
The essential features of misleading and deceptive conduct, anti-competitive and unconscionable conduct are explained through presentation, case studies, and and supported by Chris Preston (AFGC Legal Counsel). Providers, NextGen, are in a unique position to explore with delegates the interaction between CCL and the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct.
AFGC and NextGen offer three options for program delivery aimed at meeting your preferred training method and business preferences.
- In-House – we come to you and deliver a program based on your needs. Contact Alyssa Handy
- Open – open sessions will be considered based on level of interest. If you are interested in attending an open session please register your interest. Contact Alyssa Handy.
- On-Line – for self-directed learning and those unable to attend an open or in-house programs. Click here to register.
All training programs will deliver a practical approach to all CCL, centered on FMCG realities and relevant case studies. The following areas are covered:
- Misuse of market power
- Misleading and deceptive conduct
- Unconscionable conduct
- Price fixing,
- Resale price maintenance
- Promotional pricing
- Refusal to supply
- Product recalls
- Exclusive dealings
- Consequences, personal and corporate
Successfully integrating the CCL understanding within all business functions will ensure a culture of complieance In particular however, those from the following functions are likely to get the most from this workshop:
- Commercial and account teams
- Supply chain teams
- Marketing teams
- Category and insight teams
- Legal teams
Alyssa Handy, Events Manager