Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘The Consumer Protection Act, 2019: Its Implications on Consumers & Corporates’ [Jan 23, Saturday, 3 PM-4.30 PM]: Register Now, Limited Seats

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About the Workshop

Unless you happen to live under a rock, it’s pretty safe to assume that you, my friend, are a consumer.

The marketing mantra dictates that the customer is queen. Yet, up until now, our laws operated on the ‘caveat emptor’ principle which cautioned the buyer against deception, faulty goods & poor services while expecting the consumer to be responsible.

As all kinds of goods & services are now just a click away, it has dawned on the law-making bodies that in the interest of fair play & equity, it should be the responsibility of the traders, sellers & service providers not to dupe or mislead the customers.

The latest amendments in the Consumer Laws governing the country operate on the “Caveat Venditor” principle which shifts the onus onto the seller.

About time we called a spade a spade and held that uber-cute website responsible for letting you believe that it’ll adorn your feet with those beautiful boots this winter when all you received was a pair of randomly glued patches of poor quality leather resembling shoes (from a certain angle) that just won’t fit! Yes, it is heartbreaking. No, it is not your fault. Yes, we have a grievance redressal mechanism in place that could do you justice.

Join us as we navigate through the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Act, 2019 & understand how the face of consumer litigation will transform in the coming days, how it will impact you, the corporations and other stakeholders in the digital era we seem to have stumbled upon.

Register here for the Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘The Consumer Protection Act, 2019.

Who Should Attend?

If you are someone who is addicted to online shopping (basically a “consumer”), a law student or a legal professional in any area of practice, you can attend this webinar. 

What Will You Learn?

  • What are the career opportunities in consumer litigation? 
  • What is the basic procedure of the consumer grievance redressal mechanism?
  • What are the major amendments?
  • What are the implications of the amendments on the consumers & corporations?

You will be able to answer all of these questions after attending this webinar. 

Register here for the Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘The Consumer Protection Act, 2019.

About the Speakers

Nachiketa Goyal is a Senior Associate in the Gurgaon office of Kochhar & Co. 

He has about 6 years of experience in diverse areas of law with special focus on corporate litigation. He has been regularly advising, representing and assisting several large multinational & domestic clients from various other sectors such as pharmaceuticals, aviation, real estate, consumer goods, etc. on a broad spectrum of matters.

Nidhi Saroj is an academician. She is currently pursuing her PhD from the Gujarat National Law University on the intersection of Criminal Justice and Juvenile Justice Laws.

She holds an LL.M. degree in IP Law from the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad batch of 2017. She holds medals for the most amicable personality and for academic excellence in Constitutional Law.

She has worked with the Institute of Law, Nirma University as an Assistant Professor for 1.5 years.

Her areas of interest include Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Gender and Law, Juvenile Laws. She has several publications to her credit in National and International Journals.

Venue/Medium

Online | Zoom meetings, with appropriate safeguards in place.

Date & Timings

23rd January (Saturday) 2020, 3 PM to  4:30 PM 

Fee

There is no fee to attend this webinar.

Certificate

No, please attend this for your learning and growth!

Contact

Email ID courses[at]lawctopus.com

Register here for the Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘The Consumer Protection Act, 2019.

Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘The Consumer Protection Act, 2019

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