The ACCC has instituted its first legal action under the amended section 46 test. Bronwyn discusses the implications of the new market power test in relation to section 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act in the GRC Professional Magazine, January 2020. See https://www.thegrcinstitute.org
In 2019, Bronwyn provided economic advice to various clients in relation to mergers or acquisitions reviewed/monitored by the ACCC, including Fitbit and Goggle, Vodafone and TPG, Asahi Group – Carlton and United Breweries, Jewel Fines Foods, and Bingo Industries Limited.
Bronwyn has been awarded a Fellow by the Governance, Risk and Compliance Institute (GRCi) in risk and compliance management as a result of her academic and practical experience.
Bronwyn is pleased to advise she has just spent this week in the Philippines conducting Australian Consumer Law training on behalf of a client who operates a customer service department (CSD) in Manila. It is important that CSD staff properly understand consumer guarantees; refunds, repairs and replacements for major versus minor faults; product safety liability […]
CCL Consultants Pty Ltd are pleased to be presenting the GDLP subject Consumer Law Practice on behalf of the University of Adelaide and Law Society of South Australia for this semester. The next generation of legal practitioners will certainly be busy reading lots of materials, and thinking through the practical applications we have prepared in […]
Bronwyn speaks to Kwame Slusher, editor of the GRC Professional about consent, data collection and the importance of privacy policies in light of the ACCC’s approach to digital platforms and data collection. See the link https://www.professional.org.au/single-post/2019/08/15/Podcast-On-Using-Consumer-Data?mc_cid=b180f1d6cf&mc_eid=15fab69410
George has assisted the Law Society of South Australia, in partnership with the University of Adelaide, in developing, lecturing and facilitating a new Consumer Law Practice Course, offered as part of the Graduate Diploma Legal Practice (GDLP).
George has provided advice and assisted a Commonwealth government regulator in a strategic review of its compliance and enforcement framework, and regulatory effectiveness.
George has assisted an industry self-regulatory organisation in developing its regulatory framework.
Bronwyn has recently drafted 3PL and 4PL logistics service supply agreements (contracts) to improve the compliance accountability of suppliers in the logistics industry. Bronwyn regularly provides legal advice to her various clients about increasing accountability across major supply chains.