– here’s what you need to know to ensure enforceability and avoid significant penalties.
On 9 November, the new Unfair Contract Terms (UCT) regime commences – broadening its application and imposing penalties for breach.
Before the new UCT regime commences, transport and logistics businesses should review their standard terms and conditions to ensure that they will not be unfair in circumstances where the new UCT regime applies.
At our forthcoming webinar, Rigby Cooke Lawyers’ Julia Cameron, Partner – Corporate & Commercial, and Travis Johnson, Associate – Corporate & Commercial, will cover the key aspects of the new UCT regime and highlight what you need to know to ensure enforceability and avoid significant penalties for non-compliance.
Date: Friday, 3 November 2023
Time: 11.00am – 12noon (AEST)
Cost: No charge
Registrations close on Thursday, 2 November 2023
In Rigby Cooke Lawyers’ latest Transport & Logistics news alert, Travis Johnson sets out some examples of key issues to look out for and change that will help you comply with the new UCT regime, as well as a link to a previous article that summarises the changes and outlines the key concepts of the UCT regime.
Partner, Rigby Cooke Lawyers
A Partner in Rigby Cooke Lawyers’ Corporate & Commercial and Intellectual Property groups, Julia specialises in corporate and commercial advice, commercial agreements, corporate transactions, intellectual property and information technology agreements. She also leads the firm’s Manufacturing industry group and regularly advises manufacturers in a range of commercial and intellectual property matters.
Travis Johnson, Associate
Rigby Cooke Lawyers
An Associate in Rigby Cooke Lawyers’ Corporate & Commercial group and a member of its Manufacturing and Transport & Logistics industry groups, Travis has a particular focus on transactions, shareholders’ agreements, corporate governance and providing commercial advice. He primarily acts for private companies such as start-ups and small-to-medium-sized enterprises, as well as high-net-worth individuals, and has extensive experience spanning various industry sectors, including food and beverage, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, transport and logistics, real estate and technology.