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Consumer Sector in house legal roundtable series

Date: 07 December 2021, 13:00 - 14:00
Location: Online

This roundtable series provides a brilliant opportunity to join peers from the in-house legal profession to discuss the biggest changes, challenges and trends influencing the consumer sector right now, and how to manage the impact this may have on your business.

Event Details

Session 3: "Too green to be true? How to manage green claims risk and other advertising quandaries that aren't going away"

Tuesday 7 December 2021, 13:00-14:00 (GMT)
Summary: The tension between taking action and being seen to take action has been front and centre recently. Join us for a discussion on the issues that just aren't going away as we delve into the cross-sector challenges of the perennial issue of "greenwashing", how to stay nimble in the world of tactical social media advertising whilst dealing with ever increasing volumes of marketing copy and why we are repeatedly seeing ASA rulings against brands and their dealings with influencers.  

With Dominic Watkins, Global Head of Consumer Sector & Katharine Mason, Senior Associate and former Director on the Board of the Committee of Advertising Practice, sister body to the ASA.

These will be fully interactive roundtable sessions, conducted virtually (over Microsoft Teams call) under the Chatham House Rule, to give you an opportunity to share your experiences, raise your concerns and ask questions, therefore places are limited. Joining details and a calendar invite will follow your RSVP.

Previous roundtables in the series:

Session 1: "More for Less" What in-house teams can learn from alternative legal service providers (and vice versa)?
If you missed this session, this article details the key discussion points and takeaways: What are the pain points when looking at alternative legal services?

Session 2: A focus on plastic after COP26: Deposit Return Scheme and Plastic Packaging tax – are you ready?
If you missed this session, this article details the key discussion points and takeaways: Focus on Plastic.