Finding an appropriate regulatory balance between privacy and innovation is integral to the future development of e-commerce. Likewise, the balance between private and public enforcement of consumer and other policies is changing with moves towards private enforcement through collective redress, for example.
Through our Legal Community, BCR members have the opportunity to shape legislative/policy proposals in the longer-term debate for post-Brexit arrangements.
- Legal Directors
- Senior Executives/Managers covering Data Protection, Consumer Affairs, Trading Standards, Compliance, Risk and Safety, Regulatory Affairs, Policy & Public Affairs
- E-Commerce Directors
|Secure a consumer and regulatory landscape fit for a post-Brexit, digital era||Ensure balanced public/private consumer redress and enforcement and business/consumer digital rights|
Delivering for members
- Ensuring major EU consumer law changes are limited
- Supporting members’ preparations for GDPR with Information Commissioner's Office
- Limiting Geoblocking requirements
- Initiating ongoing relationships between members, HSE and Primary Authorities
- Creating voluntary agreements for the sale of corrosives and knives, thus avoiding potentially more restrictive legislation
Assistant Director for Consumer,
E-Commerce and Regulatory Affairs
Graham has been Chairman of the Eurocommerce Internal Market and Consumer Affairs Committee since 2013, having first lobbied in the EU in 1979. Prior to the BRC he was Secretary General of an international political organisation and Head of Policy and the Shadow Cabinet Secretariat of the Liberal Party of Australia.
Contact Graham by email.