Workshop
Competition Law: What is acceptable and what to do if the ACCC calls!
Tuesday, 3 May 2016

With Australian businesses facing increased scrutiny by the ACCC, many organisations are at risk of significant penalties under today's competition laws. This seminar will look specifically at the potential risks to your business and provide an overview of how to respond to any ACCC enquiries.

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