27th Annual Motor Law Conference Invites Tahir Ashraf
I am delighted to be invited to speak at the 27th Annual Motor Law Conference on the subject of emissions legislation, in light of the VW emissions scandal.
The motor law conference in its 27th year is to be held on the 25 February 2016 at The Royal Automobile Club, in Pall Mall, London.
I will be delighted to speak on a key area for discussion in this year’s motor law conference. My discussion will focus on emissions legislation. This is in light of the cheat devices and the legal fallout from the Dieselgate or what I term as emissiongate scandal.
the impact of legal protection of software on the right to repair; some important cases on consumer law; and aspects of the Consumer Rights Act of particular interest to the industry.
“The annual Motor Law Conference brings together industry leaders and delegates in discussion on all the current legal issues and provides an excellent opportunity for networking with industry colleagues. This year we are proud to include in the programme the Anthea Worsdall memorial lecture, which will be given by Prof Geoffrey Woodroffe, formerly Director of the Centre for Consumer and Commercial Law Research at Brunel University and author of Woodroffe and Lowe’s Consumer Law and Practice. He will talk about the Consumer Rights Act” as stated on the motor law website.
The team of expert speakers, under the “regular chairman, David Evans, will consider how the motor industry is adapting or should adapt to deal with the challenges presented. The conference again provided the ideal opportunity for delegates, lawyers and non-lawyers alike, to meet colleagues and join in the debate.”
A booking form can be accessed from the motor law website by clicking here.