Webinar Consumer rights update after the Consumer Rights Act 2015
Why you should buy Webinar Consumer rights update after the Consumer Rights Act 2015
There have been quite a few changes to consumer rights law in recent years and given that breaching these rights can prove competitively disastrous, it is crucial that corporate entities ensure they are aware of their customers' rights. This webinar will provide a rundown of the latest changes brought in by the Consumer Rights Act and what these will mean in practice for in-house practitioners. Topics to be covered include:
- What can standards consumers expect when purchasing goods, services and digital content?
- What remedies are available to consumers when those standards are not met?
- Updated rules regarding contract terms and notices and when these can be considered unfair to consumers, and therefore unenforceable
- Other considerations such as regulator enforcement powers
Viewing this webinar will help solicitors to meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of solicitor competence:
A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge.
A4 - Draw on detailed knowledge/understanding.
For further details on the Statement of solicitor competence, visit the SRA website.
Please allow up to 2 working days from placing your order to receiving email confirmation of your access to this webinar. If you are purchasing this webinar on behalf of someone else then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the name and email address of the individual who will be taking the training.