When the regulator comes knocking
Video presentation

Australian regulators are sophisticated, increasingly globally interconnected and are proactively taking enforcement cases. COVID-19 may have changed their focusses in some ways, but not their vigour. 

  • Do you know what to do if the ACCC or another regulator contacts you or even knocks on the door? What powers do they have? What rights do you have?
  • How would you activate an effective response from within your organisation? What are the benefits of engaging legal counsel such as Norton Rose Fulbright?
  • How do you best front foot your response to optimise the course of the investigation? What could the outcomes be?
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Speakers

Claire Forster | Partner, Sydney