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Changes To Food Law And Brexit
The vast majority of the Food Information to Consumers Regulation (No 1169/2011) came into force on 13 December 2014.
UK
21 Dec 2016
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Consultation On EU Consumer And Marketing Laws – Are They Fit For Purpose?
Earlier this year, the European Commission opened a public consultation on current EU consumer and marketing law to run a "Fitness Check" to assess the current regulatory framework...
UK
20 Sep 2016
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An End To Caveat Emptor?
A recent practice guide by the Law Society has managed to drop a small bombshell on land law practice by suggesting that consumer protection laws might affect a significant number of everyday transactions by imposing on solicitors a direct requirement to disclose defects with a property
UK
1 Aug 2016
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New Consumer Rights
The UK's new Consumer Rights Act, which introduces the biggest overhaul of consumer rights in a generation, came into force yesterday (1 October). - See more at: http://www.fieldfisher.com/publications/2015/10/new-consumer-rights#sthash.jMDTsEXn.1XJvzGlY.dpuf
UK
13 Oct 2015
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When Is A Cheap Hotel Room, Not A Cheap Hotel Room?
When booking a hotel, most now look to the internet to find the cheapest room available. Consumers would hope that online travel agents would be competing with each other to offer the lowest price and, if necessary, reduce the commission they earn in order to receive the business.
UK
14 Feb 2014
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E-Commerce Law Update: New Regulations And Guidance Issued On Digital Downloads; Compliance Deadline: 14 June 2014
The UK’s new Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 apply to all businesses that sell products and services to consumers in the UK and implement aspects of the EU’s Consumer Rights Directive, which applies to all EU-based consumers.
UK
8 Jan 2014
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Getting Ready For The Next Generation Of Payment Services
The European Commission’s long awaited revision of the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will bring a range of new players inside the regulatory regime and also contains much for existing providers of payment services to consider.
UK
30 Oct 2013
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Working With Suppliers: Less Shtick And More Karat
Contractual mechanisms that punish poor performance are not necessarily the most effective at achieving long-term delivery.
UK
29 Oct 2013
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Update: UK Consumer Regulator Investigates Free-To-Play Games Aimed At Children
The UK Office of Fair Trading has recently announced that it was launching an investigation into whether some "free" web and app-based games that encourage in-app purchases may violate laws protecting consumers from unfair trading practices, especially when aimed at children.
UK
24 Apr 2013
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Unfair Terms In Consumer Contracts - RWE Vertrieb AG V Verbraucherzentrale Nordrhein-Westfalen E.V.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently published its judgement in the case of RWE Vertrieb AG v Verbraucherzentrale Nordrhein-Westfalen e.V..
UK
8 Apr 2013
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