Industry professionals pull together under new forum

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New service provides invaluable information
New service puts the legal record straight

Motor industry professionals have a new platform to share ideas and concerns after Retail Motor Law launched its new ‘Debate’ forum.

Former panel beater and RML managing director Andrew Moody, who is also a qualified barrister, explained: “It allows people from all sectors of the trade to ask generic legal questions and obtain fast, reliable and cost effective advice.

“All existing RML members get access to Debate as part of their subscription, but anyone can sign up for £18 a month or £200 per year… some firms charge that for a brief phone conversation!”

Subjects for debate in March included unfair dismissal, personal injury, referral fees, EuroNCap results and employment law.

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