ASCI Webinar: Risk and Regulation During COVID-19 | 1 CPD

1:00pm Wednesday, 27 May 2020
2:00pm Wednesday, 27 May 2020
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Risk and Regulation Dring COVID-19 and Beyond

COVID-19 has caused a lot of activity for the legal industry, particularly around forced majeure clauses. This webinar explores a supply chain lawyer’s perspective on what’s happening in the market, including:

  • The co-ordinated response from industry – and the legal risks
  • Impact on supply chain contracts
  • Longer-term trends that we may now see.

Michael Milnes is the principal lawyer at Supplied Legal. Before establishing Supplied Legal, Michael spent more than 15 years working at leading law firms and as a senior in-house lawyer in the FMCG supply chain sector. He works with clients in the Supply Chain, E-Commerce and Consumer Goods sectors, providing legal support to help them build fast, reliable and ethical supply chains. His career spans working in Australia, the UK and Europe. He is certified as an Agile project manager and holds an MBA from a leading UK business school. His research included the future impact of automation and robotics on supply chain strategy and operations. Michael is a previous member of the New South Wales Law Society’s Legal Technology Committee and he regularly writes for trade publications, academic journals and publishes a regular blog on how new legal issues will affect the supply chain sector.

Your host for this webinar is Mark Skrzypiec, Chair of ASCI’s Industry Risk Committee, has 15 years’ experience driving operational excellence across supply chain and logistics operations in the B2C and B2B sectors. He has worked across multiple industries, leading and developing supply chain transformations.

More recently as Head of Logistics for Miele, Mark established two greenfield distribution facilities while implementing new processes, including; cloud-based digital applications to create a customer-centered, award-winning logistics function in full alignment with the organisation’s premium brand promise.


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