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It’s difficult to remember a time in automotive when there has been so much uncertainty.
With Brexit on the horizon, seismic shifts in regulation, changing mobility/fuel technologies, new retail formats and large group action litigation underway it’s difficult to predict how the sector will develop in the next 10 years.
There will be losers, but for those with the right judgement calls, there will be winners.
Industry lawyers have a crucial voice to help guide their businesses to success. Join peers and industry experts at our 2019 annual Automotive Lawyers conference to network, share experiences and debate opinion to help you navigate the future with confidence.
The day will also include a guided tour of the Eminox production facilities - not to be missed!
Places are limited. Please book by emailing email@example.com
Date and time: 02 July 2019, 9am - 5pm
Location: Eminox Limited, Miller Road, Corringham Road Industrial Estate, Gainsborough, United Kingdom, DN21 1QB
09:00 - Arrivals and coffee
09:45 - Welcome and introductions
10:00 - Automotive Law round-up: Iain Larkins, Director, Radius Law
10:45 - Tier 1 supply to the automotive sector: Eminox
11:30 - BREAK
11:45 - The FCA Motor finance Report: Adrian Daily, Head of Motor Finance, Finance and Leasing Association
12:30 - Lunch and guided tour of Eminox facility
13:20 - Employment Law in the Automotive sector: Sandra Martins, Senior Lawyer and Head of Employment, Radius Law
14:15 - Preparing Automotive businesses for the year ahead and key learnings from the automotive industry around the world: Paul Burrows, Director, Grant Thornton
15:00 - BREAK
15:15 - Changing the culture to embed an effective compliance programme: Dr William Holden, Owner, Sewells
16:00 - Trends in consumer law, evolution of ADR and the work of the Motor Ombudsman: Bill Fennell, Managing Director and Chief Ombudsman, Motor Ombudsman
16:05 - Panel discussion: electric vehicles
16:45 - Q&A, Departure
17:00 - Conference closes
About the speakers
Iain is the founder and director of Radius Law; an automotive specialist law firm that is obsessed about delivering pragmatic and commercial legal advice.
Prior to establishing Radius, Iain was the Chief Legal and Compliance Officer for the Mercedes-Benz UK Group. In this role, he had responsibility for all aspects of the business and managed many high-profile projects including: the reorganisation of the franchise network; the establishment of the own retail business and regulatory investigations.
Adrian studied Linguistics and Philosophy at the University of Essex. After graduating in 1988, he held a number of key civil service and diplomatic roles, including the UK’s Agriculture and Food Attaché in Brussels and policy lead at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food during the BSE crisis.
He was Head of Policy at the Financial Ombudsman Service before joining the Finance & Leasing Association as Head of Motor Finance in February 2015.
Paul works full-time in our automotive sector, advising automotive manufacturers and retailers on their M&A activity and helping with their strategic planning.
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