Registration for the OESA 2019 Cost Recovery Claims: Discipline Drives Fairness to be held on May 8th at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, MI has closed. You will be able to register on-site at the event. To expedite your registration, please complete the On-Site Form and bring it with you to the event. There will be a designated individual who will help you complete registration.
- Event Details
OESA, in partnership with Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco PLLC (BWST), will host “Cost Recovery Claims: Discipline Drives Fairness” on May 8, 2019 at the MSU Management Education Center. The event will identify and address challenges and opportunities for suppliers facing customer cost recovery claims with a focus on inventive prevention and mitigation strategies. BWST attorneys and industry insiders will analyze specific cost recovery scenarios encountered in the supply chain and provide tools, tips and best practices to navigate them with a focus on collaboration and not combat.
Bert Donovan and Matt Letzmann, partners at BWST, will introduce common cost recovery situations and special challenges raised in each case, including:• Whopper Recall – Biggest Customer, High Volume, High Cost-Per-Vehicle• Debit without a Cause – Customer Set-Off Before Root Cause Determination• Why Us? – Directed Buy and High Number of No-Trouble-Found PartsAided by Peter Chhim, director, global warranty & warranty data analytics, Tenneco, and Jeff Sutter, global director, I&CIM & warranty analysis, Nexteer Automotive, the BWST team will discuss proven strategies and preparations suppliers should have in place before a claim comes in.Sue Koss, partner and managing director, and Anson Smuts, senior associate, O’Keefe LLC, will outline the components of cost recovery claims and provide tools for ensuring accuracy in claim evaluation. Donovan, Letzmann, Jon Jorissen, partner, BWST, Chhim and Sutter will join them to provide practical, proactive, disciplined approaches to the real-world scenarios introduced earlier with a focus on conflict avoidance and data-driven outcomes. They will also discuss the emerging impact of the federal regulatory scheme on cost recovery and NHTSA’s expectations and enforcement priorities.Attendees will gain insight on how to:• Avoid/limit losses when the supplier’s parts are not shown to be tied to the costs claimed• Expedite access to information that matters most, including parts and reliable data• React quickly and effectively when customers make demands
- Registration Information
OESA Members on or before April 24, 2019 $135 OESA Members between April 25 and May 6, 2019 $185 OESA Members after May 6, 2019 $270 Non-OESA Members on or before April 24, 2019 $185 Non-OESA Members between April 25 and May 6, 2019 $235 Non-OESA Members after May 6, 2019 $370
Please Note: OESA can no longer accept credit card information on faxed or emailed registrations. If you register via the PDF form, an OESA representative will contact you for payment information.
CLICK HERE for Onsite PDF Registration Form
For registration assistance and program information, contact OESA at 248.952.6401.
Note: Refunds cannot be given after May 1, 2019. Substitutions are always welcome. Charges will appear as “Motor & Equip MFG Assoc.” Register online at http://www.oesa.org or fax the completed registration form to 248.952.6404.
- Event Agenda
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