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Marketing Law 2021
Online Series

4 x 75 mins sessions online.
10 - 26 November 2021.
Live-streamed and available on demand.


Session 1 live in:

Responsible marketing, privacy, and compliance

Marketing Law is back putting the focus on marketers’ responsibilities from a legal and ethical perspective.

From misleading claims, vulnerable consumers, and copyright to consumer consent and privacy, this four-part online series will get you up to date in no time!

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  • $69.00 + GST Members
  • $99.00 + GST Non Members
  • *Includes access to all four live events and access to watch any available event recordings on-demand

Session 1
10 November 2021. 12PM - 1.15PM


Richard Watts, Partner
Simpson Grierson

Hot off the press: the latest cases and regulation that will affect marketers


Hilary Souter, Chief Executive
Advertising Standards Authority

Advertising Standards Authority: Misleading claims, vulnerable consumers and recent decisions

Session 2
12 November 2021. 12PM - 1.15PM

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Vanessa Horne, General Manager - Fair Trading
Commerce Commission

Commerce Commission Update

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Katrina Hammon, Partner
Wynn Williams

Hell Pizza and Bunnings: Lessons for marketers pushing boundaries

Session 3
24 November 2021. 12PM - 1.15PM

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Dr John Edwards, Privacy Commissioner

Privacy Commissioner Address: Customer consent & transparency - Lessons for marketers from real-life cases

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Sharon Abbott, Head of Data Governance

Data and partnerships: a checklist approach

Session 4
26 November 2021. 12PM - 1.15PM

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Lynell Tuffery Huria, Partner
Kahui Legal

Copyright and taonga Māori: Avoiding cultural offence in marketing

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Speaker to be announced soon!

Social media, UGC and copyright law: Who owns the content?

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