Adaptive Suite New Zealand – Misleading Conduct and Competition Law (NZ)
As consumers, we want the best products and services, so a bit of healthy competition between organisations can be in our best interest. This course covers important information about misleading business practices and anti-competitive conduct. It explains an organisation’s obligation not to engage in unfair practices, and the types of misleading conduct and restrictive trade practices that are prohibited by law. It describes how businesses can meet their legal obligations to compete fairly.
This course is part of a series that uses adaptive learning technology to address knowledge gaps. Content is delivered in an engaging way through a social media format.
- The legal framework relating to misleading conduct
- Examples of misleading and deceptive conduct
- Key principles of competition law
- The role of the Commerce Commission
- Legal consequences of misleading conduct and competition law breaches
- Adaptive learning technology cuts down seat time and gives personalised training