NLSIU’s Chair on Consumer Law (CLAP) is organizing a Virtual Roundtable Discussion on the topic ‘Challenges under Consumer Protection Act, 2019 and Way Forward’, on October 9, 2021.
About the National Law School of India University (NLSIU)
NLSIU was the first National Law University established in India in 1986..NLSIU was established under the National Law School of India Act (Karnataka Act 22 of 1986), which was notified in the Official Gazette on August 29, 1987. The University’s Chancellor is the Chief Justice of India, and the Chairman of the Bar Council of India is the Chairman of the General Council. NLSIU has retained its No 1 Ranking for Law Institutions in 2021. This is the fourth year in a row that the University has secured the top spot in the NIRF rankings!
About the Chair
The Chair on Consumer Law and Practice (CLAP) has been established in August 2008, by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi at National Law School of India University, Bangalore to promote research, teaching and training in Consumer Law and Practice. The Chair is acting as a “Think Thank” for the Research and Policy related issues on Consumer Law and Practice.
About the Roundtable Discussion
NLSIU’s Chair on Consumer Law is organizing a Virtual Roundtable Discussion on ‘Challenges under Consumer Protection Act, 2019 and Way Forward‘ on October 9, 2021, from 3 PM to 5:30 PM.
The objective of this discussion is to discuss the challenges extensively on the issues and challenges governing under the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 and finding reasonable solutions to overcome them.
The theme of this discussion will be specifically on:
- Product Liability
- Central Consumer Protection Authority
- Offences & Penalties
- Webinar Date: October 9, 2021
- Time: from 3 PM to 5.20 PM
- Platform: Zoom
Who can Attend?
The webinar series is open to Consumer Activists, NGOs, Academicians, Practitioners, Researchers, Government officials, Members of Regulatory Authorities, Students, and all those who are interested in consumer welfare.
Click on the link given at the end of this post to register for the discussion.
Limited Seats – 400 Registrations