Norton Rose Fulbright
In our EMEA regulatory insights series colleagues from our EMEA offices provide an update on the key regulatory issues they are seeing in their local market.
Norton Rose Fulbright Hong Kong
In our EMEA regulatory insights series colleagues from our EMEA offices provide an update on the key regulatory issues they are seeing in their local market...
Carroll & O'Dea
For financial assistance, a non-government school in NSW must not operate for profit, (section 83C of the Education Act).
Carroll & O'Dea
Companies that rely upon EULAs should consider how they are used, and whether they need to be specifically tailored.
Spruson & Ferguson
The Australian Consumer Law protects consumers and small businesses from unfair contract terms in standard form contracts.
Compliant educational content is a major topic in the digital age. How do companies prove their integrity online?
In the recent decision in Bustin v Quaranto, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a defendant's motion to strike a claim brought by a bystander alleging personal injuries...
Bennett Jones LLP
The Québec government recently adopted Bill 29, an Act to protect consumers from planned obsolescence and to promote the durability, repairability and maintenance of goods...
Lenczner Slaght LLP
Pleadings continue to be a popular battleground in the product liability context. Over the years, a body of law has developed respecting motions to strike for negligent design...
On October 23, the Ontario government introduced Bill 142, the Better for Consumers, Better for Businesses Act, 2023 (Bill). If passed, the Bill would repeal the Consumer Protection Act...
In Fernandez Leon v Bayer Inc., 2023 ONCA 629, a recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Court overturned a lower court's decision to strike a product liability claim...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Ontario government recently proposed legislation to replace the existing Consumer Protection Act, 2002 with Bill 142, the Better for Consumers, Better for Businesses Act, 2023.
Jenner & Block
With the 118th Congress well underway, certain investigative priorities have come to the fore. One such priority for Democrats and Republicans alike has been on issues relating to China...
Khaitan & Co LLP
Last few years have seen a shift in regulatory ideology in the education sector from protectionism to internationalisation.
The appellants acquired shares in Vipul World Commercial's commercial unit from the original allottees.
In the recent times, India has been issuing quality control orders at an increased rate.
Orsingher Ortu – Avvocati Associati
The OECD/G20 Task Force on Financial Consumer Protection has issued a new version of the High-Level Principles on Financial Consumer Protection, a soft law that defines the basic principles...
Kesikli Law Firm
Electronic contracts, also known as e-contracts, have become increasingly common with the advent of digital technology and the growth of e-commerce.
Taboglu Attorneys At Law
The Regulation on Distance Agreements (the "Regulation") has been amended by the amending regulation (the "Amending Regulation") which was published in the Official Gazette dated 23 August 2022 and numbered 31932.
As Scrooge was visited by phantoms in the night, the retail market too faces its spectres amidst the holiday lights, as revealed by industry data and our new research, The Critical Consumer 2023.