Automotive Law Conference 2019

We held our 5th Annual Automotive Law Conference on the 2nd July 2019.

You can find most of the presentations that were delivered on the day below.

For more information on any of these matters, please don’t hesitate to call Iain Larkins or any of the team at Radius Law.

A special thanks to all of our speakers: Adrian Dally, Head of Motor Finance, Finance & Leasing Association; Paul Burrows, Director, Automotive, Grant Thornton; Bill Fennell, Managing Director and Chief Ombudsman, Motor Ombudsman; Dr William Holden, Owner, Sewells; Karl Anders, Managing Director UK, innogy; Nick Molden Co-Founder AllowAIR; Mark Runciman, Director, Eminox and our hosts: Eminox and our sponsors: LexisNexis and C&I.

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May Bulletin

Welcome to the March edition of the Radius Law Commercial Bulletin, in association with LexisNexis.

This month Iain Larkins, Founder of Radius Law, discusses:

  • Parent company liability

  • Good faith & relational contracts

  • Third-party rights

  • Carbon emissions

  • £400k data breech fine for parenting club

  • BMW trade mark ruling

  • Agency worker rights

  • Restricting cross-boarder sales in the EEA

  • and much more

Watch the full bulletin below (run time 9 mins)
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March Bulletin

Welcome to the March edition of the Radius Law Commercial Bulletin, in association with LexisNexis.

This month Iain Larkins, Founder of Radius Law, discusses:

  • Brexit and no-deal risks

  • Court of Appeal case over a verbal contract

  • Non-compete agreements

  • Data Security

  • Influencer marketing

  • McDonald's losing the Big Mac trademark

  • Equal pay

  • Wrongful dismissals

  • Hotel booking sites regulation changes

  • and much more

Watch the full bulletin below (run time 8 mins)

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Effective Corporate Governance Webinar

Missed the free webinar?

The webinar was a fresh approach to Corporate Governance – the rules (to keep you out of jail) and the behavioural shift required to create an ‘unstoppable culture.’

The webinar highlighted the rules and responsibilities of Directorship, but will explored ways to create the right environment/cultural approach to compliance so that it becomes ‘what we do around here’

The topics covered:

  • The relevant  laws and the rules of Directorship and the personal responsibilities;

  • What ‘good looks like’ and the consequences of getting it wrong;

  • How to create a ‘can do’ and ‘want to do’ compliance culture;

  • What makes people tick? and how to engage and motivate your team to willingly do the right thing (compliantly).

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