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Viagogo Finally Complies With Court Order To Escape Further CMA Legal Action
The secondary ticket market has been the subject of investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for a number of years
UK
10 Sep 2019
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A ‘Consumer Duty' For The UK Courts – An Actionable Proposal?
Andrew Tyrie has proposed that the UK courts – as well as the CMA itself – be made subject to a new statutory consumer duty.
UK
4 Jun 2019
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Counting The Cost Of Imported Goods In A No-Deal Brexit
One of the key issues raised consistently in the discussions around a no-deal Brexit is the impact it would have on the customs duties payable on goods that are imported in to the UK.
European Union
26 Mar 2019
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A Bigger Hammer – Are The CMA's Market Investigation Proposals Misjudged?
The CMA is proposing to re-purpose the UK's market investigation regime more effectively to remedy consumer detriment.
UK
19 Mar 2019
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Scotland In 2050: Education - Equipping Our Learners For The Future
We have five universities ranked in the world top 200 – more per head of population than any other country – and we have successfully exported teaching and qualifications abroad.
UK
20 Nov 2018
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A Parliamentary No-No For Viagogo
A properly functioning secondary ticket market benefits fans by providing access to tickets for the events they want to see, and in turn helps purchasers sell on tickets they can no longer use.
UK
19 Sep 2018
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Data Disaster For Ticketmaster: What Can Your Organisation Do To Prepare?
On 27 June 2018, Ticketmaster informed potentially affected customers that malicious software had been identified on a customer support product hosted by a third-party supplier
UK
12 Jul 2018
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